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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS NATIONAL Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC) Heritage Canada Telefilm Canada National Film Board of Canada (NFB PROVINCIAL BRITISH COLUMBIA Capilano College Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design Gulf Islands Film and Television School Langara College Film and Television School Praxis Centre for Screenwriters Simon Fraser University, School for the Contemporary Arts... 7 University of British Columbia Vancouver Film School Victoria Motion Picture School ALBERTA Alberta College of Art & Design The Banff Centre for the Arts Grant MacEwan College Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) SASKATCHEWAN University of Regina MANITOBA University of Manitoba National Screen Institute ONTARIO Algonquin College Brock University Canadian Film Centre The Canadian Film and Television Producers Association Canadian Screen Training Centre/ Reseau D Atelier Cinematographiques Canadien Carleton University Cofederation College Directors Guild of Canada Hot Docs Master Classes, Workshop and Panels Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology International Academy of Design McMaster University Niagara College School of Media and Design Queen s University Ryerson Polytechnic University Sheridan College Trebas Institute University of Toronto University of Waterloo University of Western Ontario University of Windsor Wilfred Laurier University Women in Film and Television York University QUEBEC Concordia University Institute Nationale de L image ed du Son (INIS) / International Institute for Image and Sound Parlimage Trebas Institute ATLANTIC PROVINCES Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University of New Brunswick A Publication of HOT DOCS CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL Produced with the support of THE MINISTRY OF TRAINING, UNIVERSITIES & COLLEGES COPYRIGHT 2004 Researched and written by Anya Mckenzie and Madeline Lunney. Design: Brett Lamb 2

3 EDUCATION & TRAINING FOR FILMMAKING IN CANADA This document provides brief profiles and contact information for 48 programs of education and training for filmmakers in Canada. Information provided is from the institutions websites. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of training opportunities, and makes no attempt to rank or rate programs. But it can serve as a starting point for those interested in academic studies in film or in enhancing professional and creative skills in the industry. Information is organized by province/region (BC to Atlantic Canada) and alphabetically within the region: NATIONAL 1. Documentary Organization of Canada (DOC) DOC (formerly known as the Canadian Independent Film Caucus) is a national non-profit professional and advocacy organization dedicated to supporting the art of independent documentary filmmaking and filmmakers in Canada. The association has chapters across Canada. A professional association providing members with an important network for career development and support, DOC membership offers a mix of guest speakers, screenings, and discussions. DOC operates a year-round professional development program and promotes public education on the documentary genre. For more information contact: Documentary Organization of Canada Head Office 215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 126 Toronto ON M5T 2C7 Contact: Sandy Crawley, Executive Director (416) Heritage Canada Telefilm Canada The National Training Program in the Film and Video Sector (NTP) is administered by Telefilm Canada. The main objective of the NTP is to foster the professional development of emerging Canadian creators and to renew the skills of professional Canadian creators to ensure a healthy and thriving film and video industry that Canadian audiences can benefit from now and in the future. In meeting this goal, the Department of Canadian Heritage expects the program will contribute to the availability of high calibre training for talented Canadians from different regional, linguistic and cultural backgrounds. 3

4 Telefilm Canada Head Office - Quebec Region 360 St. Jacques Street Suite 700 Montréal, Quebec H2Y 4A9 Phone: Fax: Regional Contacts: Brigitte Dupré Quebec Bruce Glawson Ontario Kim Hsu Guise Western Region Marty Williams Atlantic Region 3. National Film Board of Canada (NFB) Founded by the father of documentary, John Grierson in 1939, the NFB continues to create art for social purpose, producing and distributing innovative, challenging and relevant award winning documentaries. With a mandate to produce and distribute, culturally diverse, challenging and relevant audiovisual works that provide Canada and the world a unique Canadian perspective, the NFB is constantly changing to adapt to the changing Canadian landscape. Professional development classes are held periodically, for more information contact: Lindsay Miller Tel: National Film Board of Canada, Toronto Office 150 John Street Toronto ON M5V 3C3 4

5 BRITISH COLUMBIA 1. Capilano College Capilano College, located in North Vancouver, offers four film-related programs. The Professional Film Studies Department at Capilano College offers full-time credit programs in professional film studies, professional development courses and part-time courses evenings and weekends in Continuing Education. Developed specifically to meet the needs of the film industry, Professional Film Studies at Capilano College focuses on training needs identified through consultation with unions, professional organizations and College faculty. Other programs include digital and commercial animation, as well as FilmWorks, which offers course throughout the year that may be taken in any order. Capilano College 2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver, B.C. Canada V7J 3H5 Tel: Fax: Film Studies coordinator, Bob Morris Digital animation: 2. Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design The Institute is devoted to excellence in visual arts, media arts and design. Film-related courses include video, sound, film and computer animation, media history, photography, special effects, broadcast design and story boarding. Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design 1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6H 3R9 Tel: Fax: Gulf Islands Film and Television School Since 1995, Gulf Islands Film and Television School (GIFTS) has been a leader in short film production. Its live/work environment stresses learning by doing, and the thousands of students that have come through its doors are a testament to the success of its philosophy: Give people access to the right tools and the proper environment, and they will create films beyond anyone s wildest expectations. 5

6 is the home of the Internet s only youth-based webcasting site, featuring a selection of 437 short films and animation s created by students of the Gulf Islands Film and Television School, as well as from other creative youth around the world. The site states Browse around, and if you think you could do better, submit a film to be broadcast! Gulf Islands Film and Television School Mailing Address: S.43, C.12, RR#2 Galiano Island, B.C. Canada V0N 1P0 Telephone: Fax: Langara College Film Arts Program Film Arts is an eight-month intensive, collaborative and comprehensive program for students with previous experience or education wishing to work in film as actors, writers, and/or directors. The development and inspiration for the Film Arts Program grew out of Langara s Theatre Arts/Studio 58 Program and its successful conservatory approach to training actors and production personnel in theatre. The Film Arts Program offers three streams of study: Acting, Writing and Directing. Students collaborate on projects and engage in intensive study in their own craft area. Courses in film studies, industry practices, the principles and business of film production, and career preparation will give students in all streams the knowledge to embark on creative film careers. Instructors are working professionals who bring their expertise and experience into the classroom. The Film Arts Program is for dedicated students committed to imaginative exploration and to honing and upgrading their skills and knowledge in film. Langara College Film Arts Program 100 West 49th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada V5Y 2Z6 Department Chair: Counselling Department: Praxis Centre for Screenwriters Praxis Centre for Screenwriters is a nonprofit organization devoted to the professional development of Canadian screenwriters and filmmakers. Located in Vancouver, Canada, we serve to support and stimulate the production of innovative Canadian feature films though screenplay and screenwriter development. Founded in 1986, Praxis is a part of the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University. Screenwriter/director Patricia Gruben has been director of Praxis since its creation, and is assisted by Doreen Holmes. 6

7 Praxis Centre for Screenwriters The Mews. #300, 12 Water Street Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 1A5 Tel: Fax : 6. Simon Fraser University, School for the Contemporary Arts The major in Film is designed to develop the skills that students need to become independent film makers, with an emphasis on the writing and production of original work, informed by a familiarity with film history, criticism and theory. The curriculum approaches technical training as a necessary component of film-making and endeavors to teach professional skills that will give the students some foundation for work in the film industry. All three goals are served by film production courses in first, second and fourth year, and by elective courses at the third-year level in cinematography, screenwriting, film sound, directing and acting, and production management. We also have three video production courses. Simon Fraser University School for the Contemporary Arts 8888 University Drive Burnaby, B.C. Canada V5A 1S6 Tel: Fax: University of British Columbia The Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Film Studies and Film Production. University of British Columbia Suite 2354A, Brock Hall Annex, 1874 East Mall Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6T 1Z1 Tel: Fax:

8 8. Vancouver Film School Vancouver Film School (VFS) programs focus on industries that use moving images, graphics, sound and text as fundamental components for communicating information and story. VFS programs, as a matter of design, regularly and continually evolve in response to current industry methodology, technology and need. Using production creation as the core learning engine, VFS imparts superior technical training in a measurably accelerated time frame. VFS graduates are preferred by industry employers or become industry employers themselves. Vancouver Film School Hamilton St. Vancouver, B.C. Canada V6B 2S2 Tel: Fax: Victoria Motion Picture School The Victoria Motion Picture School offers three full-time training programs: Acting for the Screen, Motion Picture Production, Film & Digital Animation Victoria Motion Picture School Suite # Topaz Avenue Victoria, B.C. Canada V8T 4Z7 Tel: FILM Fax: ALBERTA 1. Alberta College of Art & Design MEDIA ARTS & DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES This is a new, interdisciplinary program. It offers students the opportunity for an intensive and rigorous program of study in the creative use of the emerging electronic and digital media technologies. Taught by faculty who are active, practicing artists engaged in research at the intersections of culture, science, technology and art, the Program incorporates as its primary objective studio practice in these evolving media with research into their history, nature and future 8

9 as new technologies for creative and expressive visualization and communication. (403) or Alberta College of Art & Design Ave NW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 4R3 Tel: Fax: The Banff Centre for the Arts The Banff Centre is a unique institution in the field of media and visual arts. Artists from Canada and throughout the world have access to first-rate facilities and a wide range of creative, professional development and research opportunities. Media and Visual Arts includes Creative Residencies organized by theme, medium or self-directed activity and cutting-edge co-production opportunities in television, video, new and interactive media and website development. The Centre has many work-study positions in television, video, computer applications and software design, curatorial practice, arts administration and visual arts. It provides strategic think-tanks in new media and specialty television, creative workshops in new media, television and software applications through our Banff New Media Institute. The Banff Centre is home to the Walter Philips Gallery, a showcase for contemporary and new media art and curatorial practice, a research and development laboratory for creative and technology futures in new media. The Banff Centre for the Arts Media & Visual Arts Box 1020, Station 40, 107 Tunnel Mountain Drive Banff, Alberta, Canada T0L 0C0 Phone: Fax: Grant MacEwan College The Digital Arts and Media Program addresses the need for training in sophisticated mediaproduction software. The program develops real world skills in imaging, audio, print, Internet authoring, video, and multimedia. It blends the requirement for extensive production skills with the parallel need for well-designed and relevant work. During the two-year program, students receive training in various digital technologies, from 9

10 scanning and image editing to non-linear video editing, interactive CD ROM authoring, DVD authoring and web production. Grant MacEwan College Digital Arts & Media City Centre Campus, Room Grant MacEwan College Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T5J 4S2 Tel: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Cinema, Television, Stage, and Radio Arts (CTSR) Two Year Diploma Options include Broadcast News (BN), Film/Video, Radio and Television (TV). As of fall 1999, BN students are also enrolled in the SAIT Technology Enhancement Program (TEP). For a supplementary fee (now supportable by a student loan), BN students each receive fulltime use of a laptop PC, enhanced course materials, and access to a technology enhanced classroom and a help desk. Radio may join the TEP program in the fall of Application: January. February Intakes: September each year Work/practicum component required Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) th Ave NW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2M 0L4 Tel: / SASKATCHEWAN 1. University of Regina Perhaps the greatest quality of our film/video program that encourages students to develop their creative skills by producing their own projects in whatever genre or style they prefer, from Hollywoodian musicals to avant gardist experiments. In the course of the four-year program, students take mandatory courses and elective courses in film production and studies, as well as courses in other fields. The Department of Film & Video offers programs leading to a B.A. (film & video studies), B.A. Honours (film & video studies), and B.F.A. (film & video production). 1 0

11 University of Regina Faculty of Fine Arts Department of Film & Video Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada S4S OA2 Tel: Fax: MANITOBA 1. University of Manitoba Film Studies Program: courses in film history, theory and criticism, screenwriting, and basic filmmaking. Major and Minor in Film Studies. University of Manitoba Film Studies 367 University College, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3T 2N2 Tel: National Screen Institute The oldest national Canadian training school for writers, producers and directors working in film and television, NSI is a school without walls. Instead of bringing students to a single facility, NSI takes its programs on the road, delivering them in major centers in every region of the country. Training is provided through a number of programs: NSI Features First, NSI Totally Television, NSI ZeD Drama Prize, and NSI Global Marketing. Each is designed to meet the needs of individuals with various levels of experience. Every program is based around the philosophy that the best way to learn is by doing. National Screen Institute Arthur Street Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3B 1G7 phone: / fax: e.mail: 1 1

12 ONTARIO 1. Algonquin College Broadcast Television: Two-year diploma program; TV production and operations, Broadcast Journalism, EFP, Outside Broadcast, Nonlinear Editing and Computer Graphics. Interactive Multimedia: One-year program; multimedia planning and development, hands-on approach to lerning, and emphasis on individual skills while stressing the importance of teamwork. The program requires students to complete a range of multimedia projects and concludes with a four-week internship. Animation - Television: Two-year program; character animation, staging and background designs. Special attention is placed on the use of computers and their role in the industry. This two-year diploma program provides professional training for accomplished artists seeking to pursue a career in commercial animation. The program offers an intense study of the principles of animation, layout and design for animation, and a complete understanding of the production process. Special attention is placed on traditional animation drawing skills and a strong study of drawing from life. The use of computers compliments traditional methods. Algonquin College 1385 Woodroffe Avenue Nepean, Ontario, K2G 1V8, Canada Tel: Fax: Brock University As of July 1st, 1999, the Department of Film Studies, Dramatic and Visual Arts has separated into two departments, under two different faculties. The Department of Communications, Popular Culture and Film can be found at ca/cpcf and the Department of Fine Arts can be found at The Film Studies Program at Brock University is comprised of a sequence of critical and historical courses which examines a variety of approaches to film. The courses explore the nature of film language and develop an analytical perspective on film as both an art and a medium. There is opportunity to engage in film and video production in upper year courses. Introduction to Film Studies, National Cinema, Popular Cinema, Critical Theory and Practical, Canadian Cinema, Canadian Popular Culture, Authorship in Cinema, Introduction to Popular Culture, Film Theory, Issues in Popular Culture, Screen Education, Basic Production: Film, Basic Production: Video, Documentary Film, Film History, Screened Women, Cultural Theory. Honours: Thesis / Independent Research Tutorial/ Directed Reading. The Department offers a full 1 2

13 pass and Honours B.A. in film. Brock University Film Studies Program 500 Glenridge Avenue St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada L2S 3A1 Tel: , Ext Canadian Film Centre The film programs at the Canadian Film Centre are designed to offer complete immersion in the art of dramatic filmmaking. Training in each program covers skills development, professional development and project development, always in an intensely demanding creative and professional environment. Canadian Film Centre Windfields, 2489 Bayview Avenue Toronto, Ontario, Canada M2L 1A8 Phone: x 800 Fax: E.mail: 4. The Canadian Film and Television Producers Association A non.profit trade association, CFTPA represents almost 400 film, television and interactive media companies across the country. The CFTPA s National Mentorship Program gives young Canadians the inside track to a successful career in the film, television and interactive production industry. Over 150 mentors have participated, and over 350 interns have been placed in jobs across Canada and around the world. Gaining exposure to the ins and outs of writing, editing, project development and production management, 80% of interns continue working in the industry after their placements are finished. The Canadian Film and Television Producers Association Mentorship Program 151 Slater St., Suite 605 Ottawa, ON K1P 5H3 Tel: / Fax:

14 5. Canadian Screen Training Centre Reseau D Atelier Cinematographiques Canadien Courses held in screenwriting, directing, producing, acting and multimedia year.round. The Canadian Screen Training Centre (CSTC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing quality training opportunities in the film and television industry. Founded in 1981, the CSTC has since trained more than 4,000 people with hundreds currently employed within the industry. Canadian Screen Training Centre 61A York Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1N 5T2 Telephone: for general information: 6. Carleton University Film Studies is an academic discipline concerned with the history, criticism, theory and practice of the cinema both as an art form and as a documentary record of our time. The Film Studies program is offered by the School for Studies in Art and Culture. Seven full-time faculty, together with part-time instructors, have a broad range of expertise and enthusiasms, and together provide a comprehensive and varied approach to the discipline. Carleton does not offer courses in film production, although students can apply outside production experience to upperlevel courses. Courses in film studies include national cinemas, including the cinemas of Great Britain, France, Japan, Africa, Latin America, Germany, Russia, and the United States, as well as Canadian cinema; studies of individual filmmakers; genre and medium studies, such as the documentary, the musical, animation, experimental film and video, and digital media; introductory and advanced courses in film theory and history; the film industry; topics in cinema and gender, and special topics. Carleton University Film Studies Carleton University 423 St. Patrick s Building, Ottawa, Canada K1S 5B6 Tel: Fax: Confederation College The Film Production Program is designed to train students in all aspects of film production from script writing to final sound mixing. 1 4

15 The program uses 16mm film equipment. Graduates are capable of entering the film industry at a junior level. Field placements are part of the final year s curriculum. Interested students need to apply early (before March 1st.) Two-year diploma course in Film Production is a hands-on endeavor and operates on a production company concept with the instructor as executive producer. Emphasis is placed on duplication of the film industry. Budget and pre-production are treated equally with production and postproduction. In addition to the film core subjects the student will take a number of general subjects complementing film production. Graduates may find junior levels of employment in every area of the film industry. These include production, camera, lighting, sound, editing and writing. In the Television Program, students have a chance to try studio production, single camera production, mobile production, editing, announcing, journalism, photography, production writing and script writing, desktop publishing, multimedia, computer graphics and more. Confederation College P.O. Box 398 Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada P7C 4W1 Film Production Tel: Television Broadcasting Tel: Directors Guild of Canada The Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) is a national labour organisation that represents over 3,800 key creative and logistical personnel in the film and television industry covering all areas of direction, design, production and editing. The DGC provides comprehensive training and development mechanisms within the context of emerging technologies. These cultivate a high level of professionalism and promote a spirit of collaboration in an extended creative community. DGC National Office 1 Eglinton Avenue East Suite 604 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4P 3A1 Tel: / Fax: Hot Docs Master Classes, Workshop and Panels Hot Docs Master Classes, workshops and panles offer participants a chance to learn from 1 5

16 veteran documentary filmmakers. Beneficial for documentarians at all stages of their careers, the festival s Filmmaker Discussions, Producer Seminars, Kickstart programme and daylong Master Classes provide insights into the creative processes and production concerns that have informed the work of leading documentary practitioners. The master classes also enable participants the opportunity to discuss their own projects. Past Hot Docs festivals have welcomed internationally acclaimed and award-winning filmmakers such as Albert Maysles, Allan King, Michael Maclear, Nettie Wild, Jennifer Baichwal, Nick Broomfield, Morgan Spurlock and Joe Berlinger. The sessions also feature commissioning editors and other industry leaders who provide attendees with the latest market information in various broadcast territories. HOT DOCS Canadian International Documentary Festival 110 Spadina Ave., Suite 333, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 2K4 Tel: Fax: Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology In the 12-week hands on documentary course, students will be given extensive exposure to the art of making the documentary come alive. Also, students will be introduced to concept planning, proposal writing, schedule techniques, how to select locations, interview techniques, paper editing and scriptwriting and fundraising techniques. Humber College s 12-week video production course will introduce students to various techniques of recording image and sound that can be applied to home videos, formal interviews, documentary and dramatic projects. Lighting and camera operation are the focus of this practical course. Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology Film & Television Production Program: School of Media Studies 205 Humber College Blvd. Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada M9W 5L7 Office of the Registrar Enquiry Centre: International Academy of Design Fulltime courses include digital video editing, digital media design, computer graphics and computer animation. Intensive courses are offered specifically to corporations. International Academy of Design 31 Wellesley St. East, Toronto, ON, M4Y 1G7, Canada Tel: Toll Free: Fax:

17 12. McMaster University Courses on the following topics are available for credit in Drama and Art History: Genre Studies; The Art of Film American Cinema; National Cinemas (French, Japanese, Soviet and East European, etc.); Literature and Film (also available for credit in English and Comparative Literature). McMaster University School of Art, Drama & Music Hamilton, ON, L8S 4M2, Canada Tel: Ext Fax: Niagara College School of Media and Design Facilities include digital audio and video editing equipment. TV studios and mobile van provide well-rounded training. CRNC, the campus radio station, is staffed by students and broadcasts daily. Niagara College School of Media and Design P.O. Box 100, 5300 Woodlawn Road Welland, Ontario, Canada L3B 5S2 Tel: Fax: Queen s University The Film Studies Department focuses on the history, theory, and criticism of film and television and offers training in the production of 16mm film, video and multimedia. Through the study of film and television, we address related issues, such as ideology and power, communication, aesthetics, advertising and consumption, economics, and spectatorship. We examine other forms of cultural expression.. literature, painting, music, they impact on film and television, and we examine the role of cultural industries and institutions in relation to film. Film & Video Production Facilities Students in the first-year film course at Queen s do a video production exercise in groups as part of that course. More intensive production work starts at the second year level for students doing a concentration in Film Studies. Shooting in the second year Fundamentals of Production course is done on DV digital tape using Canon cameras, and editing is done on two Power Macintosh G3 computers. 1 7

18 In its four-year B.A. (Honours) degree program and three-year B.A. degree program, the Department of Film Studies provides an integrated approach to film criticism, history, and production. A comprehensive range of courses at various levels of instruction makes possible the close study of film as entertainment and communication, and develops a practical ability to work with the medium for expressive and communicative purposes. The fourth year of study also offers the possibility of independent study and research and of filmmaking. The Department s resources include excellent production facilities, a major film archive collection and close links with a professional repertory cinema. Queen s University Department of Film Studies Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6 Tel: Ryerson Polytechnic University The comprehensive and rigorous curriculum will allow students to move confidently between all visual disciplines. After a common first year of study, students specialize in either Film Studies, Still Photography, or The New Media. Students undertake film and video exercises that will illustrate the aesthetic concepts and principles being studied in the classroom. In the final year, students are required to produce a film or video. Ryerson Polytechnic University 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2K3 Tel: Sheridan College Students will have an opportunity to produce film or television projects working in Super16, 35mm and digital TV formats. Consulting with leading industry professionals, they will also participate in research activities and test their new skills through individually designed and supervised apprenticeships in the Canadian film and television industry. The program is for industry practitioners wishing to upgrade their skills and expand upon their work experiences. Sheridan College 1430 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6H 2L1 Tel: x

19 17. Trebas Institute Taught by top industry professionals, Trebas students learn acting, directing, cinematography, film history and genres, preproduction for film and television, scoring, and editing theory and techniques. Trebas Institute 149 College Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5T 1P5 Tel: Fax: University of Toronto The Cinema Studies Programs at the University of Toronto treats film primarily as a unique and powerful twentieth century art with its own traditions, history, conventions and techniques. Films/motion pictures/movies are the subject of study. Classified among the humanities programs of the Faculty of Arts and Science, Cinema Studies embraces, in broadest terms, the study of film analysis, film history, and film theory. Students in the programs learn how to understand, to analyze, to discuss, to explain film in a way that is analogous to the skills acquired in reading literature or discussing painting in a university English course or Fine Art History course, respectively. Methods of research particular to the study of film are acquired along with the special vocabulary for scholarly discourse on the cinema. Core Courses: Three fundamental courses in each of Film Analysis, Film History and Film Theory. The Cinema Studies Program offers undergraduate specialist, major and minor programs with 40 courses in film history, theory and criticism through the Faculty of Arts and Science. There are no courses in practical film production. Students include their Cinema Studies Program within either a 20.course (Honours) B.A. degree program or a 15.course B.A. degree program. University of Toronto - Innis College 2 Sussex Ave. Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 1J5 Tel: x University of Waterloo Film Studies Program offered by the Fine Arts Department: B.A. Honours (4.year), B.A. General (4. and 3. year); also Minor & Joint Honours in Film Studies. Courses: History of Film, Film & TV Theory/Criticism, French, East European, Italian Film, Science Fiction Cinema, Religion and Film, special topics in Film. 1 9

20 University of Waterloo 200 University Avenue West Waterloo, ON, N2L 3G1, Canada Tel: , Ext / 2442 Fax: University of Western Ontario University of Western offers film studies and combined honours in film and another subject. Courses: Introduction to Film, American Film, Film Comedy/Film Genre, Canadian Film, World Cinema, Representation of Gender, Film Aesthetics, Film Theory, Advanced Film Theory, Avant- Garde Cinema, Documentary Cinema Film Directors/Auteurs: Special Topics, Special Topics, Canadian Cinema: Special Topics, Contemporary Film, National Cinemas: Special Topics, Seminar in Film University of Western Ontario Department of English University College, Room 173 London, ON Canada N6A 3K7 Phone: (ext 83403) Fax: (ext 83776) 21. University of Windsor Communication Studies: Bachelor of Arts Honours Communication Studies. Study of the role and function of communications systems (including film) in society, and specialized courses in film, radio and TV production, film history, criticism and theory. University of Windsor Communications Studies 401 Sunset Ave. Windsor, Ontario, Canada N9B 3P4 Tel: ext Fax: Wilfred Laurier University The English Department s Film Studies (three-year) program stresses world film history, on the 2 0


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