In order to continue with your application for Film and Television Production, you must complete this step in the application process. Applicant selection is based on academic criteria and results of these secondary requirements. This contains all information to prepare and submit secondary requirements for consideration. If you have any questions, please contact Admissions.
Applicants are required to attend an information session during which they will complete a writing sample and a questionnaire. The assessment will take approximately two to three hours.
i. Information Session
Applicants will attend an information session, during which they will complete a writing sample on a topic assigned during the session. Applicants must register for this session. See below for registration instructions.
The questionnaire will focus on your interest in the program and knowledge of the industry. You are encouraged to answer the questions as fully as possible.
Information Session Registration Instructions
Applicants must register to attend the information session and writing sample. Log-in to MyHumber to register:
Applicants must meet both academic and secondary requirements in order to meet minimum program eligibility. Meeting minimum eligibility does not guarantee an offer of admission.
All secondary requirements will be evaluated and a score will be calculated by the academic school.
Admission decisions will be available via MyHumber, or by email and mail. Admission decisions will not be released by phone.
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*Plus Mandatory Health Insurance fee once per academic year: Fall start - $375 Winter start - $250 Summer start - $125
Humber’s Film and Television Production (FMTV) advanced diploma program has you working with cameras and production equipment from your first days in class. Classes taught by industry experts give you the training you need to succeed. You will produce film and video projects and develop the team-building skills needed to succeed by collaborating with classmates on multidisciplinary assignments.
At Humber FMTV, you will:
The program trains students for success in the industry, with student films being selected for a number of external film festivals including Hot Docs and TIFF Student Film Showcase.Courses Program Standards
The program features an unpaid work placement that runs from four to eight weeks. Instructors work with students to find a suitable placement, enabling them to hone their skill sets in a professional environment. Toronto and southern Ontario are home to numerous television and film production, post-production, lighting and sound companies. Humber has strong relationships with these firms, with many having worked with students before, giving you an advantage when applying for your placement.
Watch the video to see how Humber's third year FMTV students showcased their final Independent Projects and commercials at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema for friends, family and industry personnel.
Watch the video to see some of the amazing work done by our Film and TV Production students
Watch the video to see the work done by our Film and TV Production students
Watch the video to see Film & TV Production and Game Programming students partner to create a video game
FMTV Grad Matthew Read and his film Voyeur won the Norman McLaren Award for Best Student Film at the 2016 Montreal World Wide Film Festival. Watch the trailer for Voyeur.
16-year-old Nadzija is forced to the limits of her humanity in order to survive the Bosnian War. She is accompanied by Vesna, a widowed mother of an infant boy, as they attempt to reach a refugee camp together. The consequences of their actions continue to haunt them decades later.
Bosniak is a short film written, directed and produced by Film and Television Production (FMTV) Diploma program graduate Kejd Kuqo. Since the film's completion, it has been generating buzz on the festival circuit worldwide. Below is a list of past and upcoming festivals that have or will be screening the film.
"In our first month, we were working on editing productions, using equipment and getting experience. Humber also taught me a lot about working with people, so my boss is comfortable with me dealing directly with clients. I was hired before graduating by the same company where I did my placement." - Katie, graduate post-production sound editor, Urban Post
Take action with a fast-paced career in the growing film and television production industry.
Our program has prepared hundreds of graduates for a range of permanent and freelance positions in television, feature film production and post-production. These positions include writing, directing, producing, camera operation, lighting, sound recording, and picture and sound editing. Additionally, graduates work in casting, location scouting, marketing and distribution. Opportunities in Canada’s flourishing TV, film and entertainment industries are abundant, and the knowledge you will acquire about the business will help you find your role in the $1.29 billion (in 2014) spent on film and media production in Ontario.
Humber works with our industry partners to use their expertise in designing the program, ensuring you earn a credential that industry respects and opens doors for you.
As part of a Short Doc Contest, TVO aired Humber's FMTV's "None of the Above" on February 26th, 2017.
FMTV thesis film "Land of Nod" wins Runner-Up in Best Live Action category in Canada's Top Ten Student Shorts Programme on January 14, 2017.
Humber College Film & Television Production Advanced Diploma Program's "The Land of Nod" (2016) makes TIFF Top Ten and was screened as part of the 16th Annual Canada's Top Ten Film Festival in January 2017.
Breath of Life is a second-year documentary film by second-year Film & Television Production students Fiona Cleary (Director) and Justin MacDonald (Producer). The film was in competition as part of the EnRoute Film Festival and was seen on all of Air Canada's in-flight entertainment systems on August 1, 2016.
Justin MacDonald and Fiona Cleary couldn't be more deserving of the People's Choice Award.
Mina Walking, a film by Andrew Korogyi and FMTV grad, Yosef Baraki has been awarded the first ever 'Discovery Award' at the Canadian Screen Awards!
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