The Toronto Film School (TFS) at RCC Institute of Technology offers a fast and effective path to an exciting career in film, television, theatre, fashion, graphic design or video game design. The main advantages of studying at Toronto Film School:
-Small class sizes with an average of 20 students or less per class
-Strong focus on hands-on training in state-of-the-art studio environments
-?Dedicated faculty of accomplished working professionals who bring real-world experience into their lessons
TFS is dedicated to helping students realize their dreams.
What sets Toronto Film School apart is that right from the start, students begin the transformative process of turning raw energy and creativity into the practical skills demanded by the competitive world of the entertainment industry. Students will be filming, editing, performing, writing and designing in a high-energy environment, preparing for exciting careers within the entertainment industry– with the guidance of industry professionals and supportive faculty, who understand what it takes to succeed.
Students leave TFS as actors, directors, film editors, producers, agents, directors of photography, screenwriters,fashion designers, fashion marketers, graphic designers, videographers, video game designers, interior decorators – all specialists in their chosen discipline.
TFS offers the following programs:
-Acting for Film, TV & the Theatre (18 months)
-Film Production (18 months)
-Writing for Film & TV (18 months)
-Video Game Design & Animation (18 months)
-Video Game Design & Development (18 months)
-Fashion Design (18 months)
-Marketing for Fashion & Entertainment (18 months)
-Graphic Design & Interactive Media (12 months)
-Interior Decorating (18 months)
The school’s core principles are:
Consistency and Focus
All programs are career-focused and application-oriented.
Program Advisory Committees, which meet regularly and are informed by input from the entertainment industry, ensure TFS curricula align with on-the-job expectations and requirements.
Class sizes are kept small to ensure optimum instructor-to-student ratios. Faculty plan and deliver courses to emphasize hands-on projects that engage students and facilitate learning.