Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Evaluate the theory and aesthetics of film, television, video and media and apply concepts in creative productions.
Identify the major historical, social, political and economic factors at play in the creation of film and new media.
Discuss critically the history, influences, aesthetics and key figures in Canadian and international film and media production.
Consolidate and extend learning in different contextual frameworks and situations, both within and outside the field of film and media production.
Produce, design, direct, shoot for film and media productions, using production equipment and technologies.
Develop pre-production, production and post-production management skills for film and media productions.
Analyze and solve film and media production problems, using creativity, analysis, independent judgment and critical self-awareness.
Prepare film and media production proposals that assess costs, benefits, risks, opportunities, and that address client needs and external trends.
Develop and implement film and media pre-production, production and post-production project plans and schedules that make efficient use of resources, using industry specific project management software.
Evaluate and implement marketing and distribution strategies for a film and/or media product.
Write for film and new media productions.
Prepare financial reports and assess the overall financial performance of a film or media production, using industry specific software.
Critically analyze the forces that shape values, ideas, personal and societal circumstances and film and media production decisions and present an academically structured, sustained and well-supported argument.
Communicate ideas using the most suitable medium for the message, audience and purpose, speaking or writing clearly, concisely, correctly and coherently.
Recognize the limits of professional knowledge and skills, and build capacity for on-going self-reflection, learning and development.
Adhere to professional and/or ethical codes of conduct and guidelines and legal requirements.
Develop entrepreneurial skills related to the business of film and media.
Develop a portfolio of film and media products for work search purposes.
Demonstrate self-awareness, self-confidence, self-direction, self-management and use resources to plan for and attain personal, career and work-related goals, within the context of a changing environment.
Work effectively and assertively in teams or crews to achieve desired goals and resolve differing and/or opposing ideas and points of view.
This program includes a work placement component to give students an opportunity to gain valuable practical experience. The 14-week work placement takes place in the summer between years three and four.
FMP grad, Andrew Korogyi and FMTV grad, Yosef Baraki, have been honoured again for their film, Mina Walking. The film has been awarded the first ever 'Discovery Award' at the Canadian Screen Awards!
Mina Walking is about 12 year-old girl’s struggle to provide for her family while pursuing an education.
In a rapidly changing digital landscape, Transmedia creates multi-dimensional storytelling experiences that provides audiences the opportunity to be engaged like never before. Immersive, collaborative and deeply engaging, Transmedia revolves around the telling of stories using a variety of platforms. The overall narrative experience is intended to be enhanced by audience engagement with each successive platform.
You’ll learn from experienced professors, including Emmy, Genie and Gemini award-winning industry professionals who bring a wealth of knowledge to the classroom.View Credentials
MA (English Language and Literature) – University of Toronto
BA (Honours Cinema Studies/Drama/Writing and Rhetoric) – University of Toronto
MA (Media Production) – Ryerson University
BFA (Film and Television) – New York University, USA
BFA – Ontario College of Art and Design
MA – Ryerson University
BA (Honours) Political Science – Western University
MA (Journalism) - Western University
Media production is a major industry in Canada. More than $1.1 billion of production activity creates hundreds of thousands of jobs. The growth and increasing sophistication of new distribution channels is increasing the demand for imaginative, creative content as production technology continues to expand and improve. As a result, there is constant demand for skilled thinkers and creators. As a graduate of our program, you can pursue career opportunities in areas such as directing, cinematography, writing, producing and post-production, and interactive technologies, all of which will increase as the Canadian film industry continues to flourish.
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Performance Week - Presented by Humber Music
Mon, April 06, 2020 to Thu, April 09, 2020
Join us for Performance Week 2020, a week-long series of concerts running from 9am-6pm each day~
Check back for the full schedule, posted in late March.
Nadia L. Hohn’s Essential CanLit for Young Readers
School of Writers
Tue, March 31, 2020
We asked children’s author, educator and Humber School for Writers alumna Nadia L. Hohn to recommend her top Canadian books for young readers.
Nominated for Five Video Game Awards
Fri, January 24, 2020
Kaitlin Tremblay, a graduate of Humber's Creative Book Publishing program, has been nominated for five video game awards.
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Faculty of Media & Creative Arts News
Radio Humber and BRTV Collaborate to showcase Indie Canadian Artists
Thu, June 13, 2019
96.9 Radio Humber teamed up with the Broadcast Television/Videography Program to bring Canadian artists on campus for an interview and performance.
Faculty of Media and Creative Arts Students Win Big at this Year's Skills Ontario Competition
Mon, May 27, 2019
The Faculty of Media and Creative Arts would like to congratulate four of our students who won at Skills Ontario this spring.
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Humber College has been granted a consent by the Minister Colleges and Universities to offer this applied degree for a five-year term starting October 30, 2015. Humber College shall ensure that all students admitted to the above-named program during the period of consent will have the opportunity to complete the program within a reasonable time frame.
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