TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are awarded to students in their last year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec) who have demonstrated leadership in improving their community.
Classes in the Writing for Film & TV program are structured after industry writing-rooms with table reads, on-set show-running and industry editing software so you learn in the same environment and go through the same processes as actual television/film productions.
Learn how to pitch, write, produce and edit for all formats of film and television, including hour-long dramas, sitcoms, TV movies, feature films, new media, documentaries, broadcasts, news, commercials and PSA’s.
Collaborating with students in film production, acting and video game design, you will have the unique opportunity to bring your original scripts to life as film and TV productions. This enables you to graduate with a full range of produced pieces and an industry-ready portfolio showcasing your writing across film and television formats.
Scriptwriting courses include Story Editing, Documentary Writing, Comedy/Sitcom Writing, Short Format Writing (Commercials, Public Service Announcements etc.), Feature Film Writing, Broadcast Writing and Showrunning.