Intake: April 2015 and October 2015
Program Length: 18 months
Campus: Dundas Square
With the explosion of growth in traditional and new media, this is an ideal time for aspiring writers to be entering the world of film and television. Highly skilled, professional screenwriting graduates are well positioned for many creative and exciting career opportunities.
The Writing for Film & TV Diploma at the Toronto Film School blends creative, business and technical skills training to prepare graduates for work as:
Specific courses explore each area of screenwriting, including:
In this program, students have the opportunity right from the beginning to collaborate closely with those in other Toronto Film School programs (Film Production and Acting for Film, TV & the Theatre). They learn about their role in the entire filming process from developing a script through to production and editing. They are challenged every term in workshops where they review and critique each other’s work. In the final term, students get to bring their work to life, shooting scenes from their original scripts. Throughout the program, students benefit from the support and mentorship of our high level faculty who are talented working professionals in their respective fields
After completing the Writing for Film & TV program, graduates will be able to: