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The 2017/2018 Academic timetable will be posted Monday April 3, 2017.

Continuing student registration for 2017/2018 Academic year begins on Monday May 8, 2017.

New student registration begins on Tuesday May 23, 2017.

The college reserves the right to change its course offerings at any time. Note: Not all courses listed are offered every term. Unless otherwise specified, a minimum of letter grade of C is required to meet a prerequisite.

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FLM-011

Motion Picture Industry Orientation

THis course was designed to introduce the position of PA and give an extensive overview. It will cover types of PA's and what their various job duties include from both the Assistant Director's and the Location Department's point of view. An instructor from each of these departments will be in class at all times. In addition to the knowledge necessary to work as a Production Assistant the course will include information on the preparation of a resume and the interview process as well as tips on how to get and keep a job as a PA.


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FLM-015

Producation Assistant Essentials: F & Tv

The course encompasses essential skills along with basic industry knowledge to support success. While the Production Assistant is an entry-level crew position in the industry, it can be one of the most demanding and diversified positions to hold. Production Assistants must be able to communicate and work well with others in teams; apply critical and resourceful thinking to solve problems and adapt to new situations; and be able to read, understand and use industry documentation. Through a variety of interactive instructional techniques, students learn the fundamentals of essential workplace skills, as well as what a typical day entails; how other crew departments function and interact; do's and don'ts of set and set protocols, production terminology, radio use, and more.


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FLM-016

Lighting: Film & Tv Industry

The course provides individuals with an opportunity to explore the industry while learning of the requirements of working in a fast-paced environment. Lighting and Electrical team members hold a pivotal role in all productions being responsible for the planning, development and execution of lighting schemes while ensuring that all electrical considerations are safely addressed. Instruction encompasses introduction to the industry; orientation to safety and site protocols; planning and coordination of work orders; applied learning with fixtures, filters, carts, stands and the various applications of sophisticated equipment and tools. Instruction encompasses valued insight into how best to support the execution of film or television shots with professionalism and accuracy.


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FLM-017

Grips: Film & Tv Industry

The course provides individuals with an opportunity to explore career opportunities while learning of the requirements of working in a fast-paced environment. Grips are essential to each production and are responsible for working with the camera department to provide camera support while configuring the camera and lighting equipment set-up as required to achieve the anticipated film or television shot. Instruction encompasses an introduction to the industry; orientation to the process of infusing creativity with core grip requirements; industry protocols; application of the sophisticated equipment and tools; and planning and executing film or television shots with professionalism and accuracy.


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FLM-018

Carpentry & Set Construction

This course provides an introduction to the role of the carpentry and set construction crew who are responsible for the design, construction and take down of each set with the scope and scale varying from quaint scenes to grand sets involving the reproduction of court buildings, restaurants, spaceships, houses, elaborate staircases, ships, outdoor structures and more. The course encompasses the essentials of safety; communications and key terminology; interdepartmental relations and protocols; roles and expectations; specialty tool requirements; the unique attributes of set construction materials and handling; and the fundamentals of set planning, design, construction and take down.


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FLM-019

Motion Picture Safety Awareness

This informative course provides an essential orientation to safety considerations and is designed specifically for the motion picture and television industry. This course is a requirement to become an associate member with the Directors Guild of Canada as well as a permittee with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 669 (IATSE 669), the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees Local 891 (IATSE 891) and the Teamsters Local 155. Great for beginners and veterans alike.


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