Film and Television Production

General

Program Description

Get hands-on experience with a variety of projects, including short films, a web series, television broadcasts, and commercials.

Get involved with various projects and take advantage of this opportunity to make use of industry-standard equipment, including video cameras (HD, 4K, and more), sound recording tools, lighting setups, television broadcast consoles, green screens, and contemporary video post-production and editing software.

Our academics are passionate about what they do and have great experience in this field. They’re always updating their own knowledge and course materials to ensure you stand out in the crowded jobs market.     

Skills and competencies

  • Operate cameras, lighting, and audio equipment
  • Collaborate on pre-production activities
  • Work on film and TV sets
  • Shoot films and videos
  • Scriptwriting
  • Perform post-production activities (video editing, color correction, film-title design, etc.)
  • Produce a web series
  • Carry out TV broadcast activities
  • Understand film semiotics (the role of the framing, editing, and sound forms of communication)
  • Provide support with directing video productions
  • Perform sound editing of movies and videos
  • Effectively navigate the film and TV industries
  • Understand and implement career development activities

Employability and career

79.5% of our students have secured employment within six months of graduation.

Our graduates have gone onto pursue successful careers in the following roles:

  • Camera operator
  • Film/video editor
  • Film producer/director/cinematographer
  • Gaffer/grip
  • Post-production work
  • Screenwriter

Entry requirements

Under the provisions of section 4 of the College Education Regulations concerning the conditions of admission, a person who has received instruction considered sufficient by the college and meets any of the following conditions may be admitted to a program of studies leading to an Attestation of College Studies:

  1. The person has interrupted his or her full-time studies or pursued full-time postsecondary studies for at least 2 consecutive terms or 1 school year;
  2. The person is covered by an agreement entered into between the college and an employer or by a government program of studies;
  3. The person has interrupted his or her full-time studies for one term and pursued full-time postsecondary studies for one term; or
  4. The person holds a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DVS/DEP).

Documents

All applications for admission must be accompanied by the following documents:

  • Completed application form
  • Non-refundable application fee of $50 CAD and Admission fee of $200 CAD
  • Birth certificate (certified copy)
  • Most recent academic transcript or diploma:
    • Issued by MES (Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur), if a student in Quebec
    • Issued by the province or territory, if a student outside Quebec
    • Issued by the institution or state, if an international student

Any official documents issued outside Quebec must be a certified copy or the original. Documents written in a language other than English or French must be accompanied by an official translation.

Last updated Oct 2020

About the School

Since 1979, Trebas Institute has been training the talent of the future by providing a range of music, film, business, technology, and even management programs for students with aspirations of becomin ... Read More

Since 1979, Trebas Institute has been training the talent of the future by providing a range of music, film, business, technology, and even management programs for students with aspirations of becoming industry leaders. We are also constantly expanding our program portfolio to meet the changing needs of the current marketplace. Discover more about studying with us. Read less
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