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Digital Film Production

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Duration Full-time (495 hours) and Part-time options
Entry DateMay, September, and January. 10 students only per intake. (Full-time)
CampusBroadway Campus (Vancouver)
Program CostFull-time: $8,300, Application fee (non-refundable) $100. Student loans available where applicable for full time students. Full time students will need their own external drive for editing. You will also need to purchase 2 books. Part-time Costs: Individual course costs apply please check.
Primary Contact Annat Kennet 604.323.5561 /
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Digital Film Production

Digital Film Training offers professional up to date training in all aspects of digital video production to students from all backgrounds, ages and interests with a commitment to the film making process. Set in the busy filmmaking hub of Vancouver the Digital Film Production Program Certificate offers a 16-week full-time intensive training program that covers: drama, documentary, commercials, music video production, practical film production, digital post production and career skills and more.

This is a two-term program rolled into one, using a mentorship approach and taught by experienced award-winning professionals in small class sizes. This allows us to work closely with students and help them develop their personal, artistic, technical and commercial goals. Graduates work in the Vancouver Film, Canadian and International industries.

We also offer a Part time Digital Film Production Certifcate Program. This program differs form the full-time program but offers an alternative to students who just need to take an individual course or wish to work at their own pace to gain certification. This program runs on evenings and weekends.


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