Toronto Film & Video Schools & Programs This success starts first in the solid film degrees and art and video education available in Toronto and the surrounding province of Ontario. The Toronto Film School offers programs for directors, film editors, videographers, producers, directors of photography, screenwriters, and even cameramen. The University of Toronto offers a program in more film analysis, history and theory , while the Toronto Film College provides hands-on experience and an actual film credit while you study. And for a practical experience with video editing and the digital media, try the International Academy of Design and Technology - Toronto Last but not least, the Trebas Institute offers a range of programs, from directing, preproduction, editing, scoring, and film history.

Film & Video Schools, Programs & Courses in Toronto
Subjects listed are highlights of programs and/or courses offered.

Why Toronto is a Great Place to Study Film & Video
Toronto is known as "Hollywood North" for a reason. It is the Canadian Mecca for filmmakers, videographers and anyone else interested in a film career or an education in the media and entertainment arts. It has been the home for the industry's top professionals — not just in Canada, but in all of North America — and no doubt will continue to be the home of future television and film stars and producers.

Other Resources for Film & Video Education and Careers in Toronto
  • I.A.T.S.E. Local 667
  • Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
  • Ontario Media Development Corporation OMDC
  • Toronto 411—industry directory
  • Toronto video production companies
  • Film & Video - Employers in Toronto
  • Toronto Film and Television Office
  • Alliance of Canadian Cinema
  • Focus-Toronto
  • The Canadian Film Centre
  • Playback Magazine

  • Film & Video - Internship Opportunities in Toronto
  • Toronto International Film Fest
  • Toronto Film Studios
  • Canadian Film and Television Production Association—mentor program
  • Directors Guild of Canada Ontario—professional development assistance
  • Canadian Film Centre