Television and Film – Business
The Centennial College Television and Film – Business program is a unique program that prepares you to take on the business aspects of the television and film production industry.
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
Today’s film and television producers need more than just good ideas and a crew to get their projects off the ground. They need people with the skills to handle the financing, management, legal, distribution and business affairs.
The two-semester – Television and Film – Business graduate certificate program offered by the School of Communication, Media, Arts and Design emphasizes the importance of an entrepreneurial spirit and a global outlook. As such, you explore the legal, financial and regulatory frameworks of the industry and develop skills necessary for producing in the current Canadian and international market. To round out your training, you complete a field placement that allows you to gain experience in the industry prior to graduation.
This program is unique in Canada, and it:
- Combines knowledge of the film and television industry with the principles and practices of accounting and business.
- Focuses on developing strategies and plans for various business aspects of the film and television industry (i.e. project financing, program sales and marketing plans, and business plans for the launch and operation of an independent production company).
- Integrates knowledge of the global marketplace, distribution models and additional revenue sources.
- Provides opportunities to learn production techniques through the various stages of pre-production, production and postproduction in both a crew and leadership positions.
“A good opportunity to be a member of the research team to conduct research for reputed institutions like University of Toronto and Centennial College. Gained a lot a new knowledge and hands-on experience in conducting research. Learned sampling techniques and different data analysis methods.”
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