Television & Film - Business


Degree:Post Graduate

University: Centennial College
City : Toronto , Ontario , Canada
Country : Canada
Duration : 1 Year

Program Overview:

Film and Television – Business is a unique program offered by the School of Communication, Media, Arts and Design that will prepare you to take on the business aspects of the television and film production industry. Today's film and television producers need more than good ideas and a crew to get their projects off the ground. They need people with the skills to handle financing, management, legal, distribution and business affairs. That's where you'll come in.

The two-semester – Television and Film - Business graduate certificate program will emphasize the importance of an entrepreneurial spirit and a global outlook. You'll explore the industry's legal, financial and regulatory frameworks and develop skills necessary for producing in the current Canadian and international market. To round out your training, you'll complete a field placement that will allow you to gain experience in the industry before graduation.

Admission Requirements:

  • GPA: 60% or above

  • IELTS: Overall 6.5 no band below than 6.0

  • PTE: Overall 63 with no band below than 60

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Learning Outcomes:

  1. Create a project financing plan based on appropriate Canadian public and private funding and financing sources, as well as alternative international financing sources.

  2. Develop an overall program sales and marketing plan, which integrates knowledge of the global marketplace, cross-platform, distribution models and additional revenue sources.

  3. Create industry standard documents, such as schedules, budgets, cash flow projections and cost reports that are required both for production and reporting to funders and financiers.

  4. Use current and relevant production techniques through the various stages of preproduction, production and post production in both a crew and leadership position.

  5. Implement projects in compliance with applicable laws, statutory obligations, regulations, and industry principles and practices.

Career Outlook:

  • Production co-ordinator

  • Production manager

  • Business affairs associate

  • Business affairs officer

  • Production accountant

  • Distribution associate

  • Associate producer

  • Producer

  • Independent producer

Program Intake: September

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