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Trebas Institute (Film & Television Production and Post-Production)

Trebas Institute provides the pathway to success in the digital media world. Industry professionals regularly review the content of our program curricula, thereby giving graduates a competitive advantage. It's no surprise that major entertainment companies, studios and artists around the world employ Trebas graduates.

Established in 1979 as a private career college, Trebas Institute was created in response to the music and entertainment industry's need for skilled professionals.

The Trebas Film & Television Production program has become one of the most respected in the industry, at the same time that Toronto has become a major centre for film & television production in North America. The timing could not be better to begin a successful career in film at Trebas Institute.

Students are introduced to scriptwriting, directing, digital cinematography and working with actors. They learn the basics of sound and sound location recording. Students also produce a 30-second television commercial.

Students continue their studies in scriptwriting and directing. They learn the history of film & television. Students produce and shoot a variety of short projects, which may include a music video, a documentary, or a short film.

Students study advanced directing theory. They apply their skills to a major production project, including picture and sound editing of their material. Students will have an in-depth look at financing, distribution and marketing. Upon completion of the program, students will have accumulated a full demo-reel of work.

School name:Trebas InstituteFilm & Television Production and Post-Production
Address:149 College Street
Zip & city:M5T 1P5 Ontario
Phone:(416) 966-3066

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