Toronto Academy Of Acting For Film & Television Creates Full Time Production Program Setting It Apart From Other Schools!
– The Academy together with International award winning Film & Television Director Andrej Acin have created a film & television production program approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. This educational program is designed as a revolutionary, industry-driven, efficient guide to learn and master the tools of film and television production. Its mission is to direct students in discovering the areas in which they will most excel with their newly-found creativity and production skills. With the goal of demystifying the craft and techniques of creating and producing film and television projects, this “hands on” course prepares the students to adjust quickly to the realities of working in today’s film and television industries. Film students will learn and apply two critical and relevant themes: Storytelling and Production.
Film students will be using current, state-of-the-art technology, including digital cameras, lighting and sound recording equipment. Four cameras and a four channel full HD mobile video studio will set the film & television production program apart from other competing schools in North America. Students will be introduced to the foundations of film and television directing, screenwriting, cinematography, editing and vision mixing, to acquire practical knowledge of production and post-production, through individual and group assignments.
At the conclusion of the Academy’s Film and Television Program, each film student will graduate with a DVD film reel containing fourteen edited assignments, including music video, TV commercial, documentary film and short narrative.
The Academy instructors who are recognized in their fields as working industry professionals will be guiding you through the intensive full time four-month film and television production program. They will teach film students what they need to succeed and provide insight and invaluable knowledge into the business and politics of the entertainment industry. With the film students passion and their vast experience and expertise, their venture into the production arena will begin and conclude with an advantage not found elsewhere. Through the Academy’s vast pool of industry contacts, students will have an opportunity to work as interns or apprentices with various production companies already waiting for them to graduate.
For more information or enrolment regarding the Academy’s full-time Film and Television Production Program, visit our website: www.torontoacademyofacting.com.