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Learn everything there is to know about digital filmmaking from the Centre for Arts and Technology digital film school. At one of the leading digital film schools in Canada, our digital film making diploma program has established the reputation as “the filmmaker’s film school” allowing students to work with our industry pros while gaining valuable knowledge and industry insights.
By utilizing ever expanding technology and harnessing raw creative talent, the film industry continues to be one of the fastest growing, most innovative, and lucrative industries in the world today. Digital Film making combines the rich history of film with exciting modern technology and techniques. If you’re passionate about film and interested in a career that fuels your creativity and vision, you owe it to yourself to explore your opportunities in Digital Film Making.
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In just 18 months, this accelerated program will teach you: Production Planning—Budgeting—Screenwriting for Narrative Films—Cinematography—Lighting, Composition and Framing—Film Blocking and Staging Casting and Directing—Digital Technology—Post Production and Editing with Final Cut Pro, After Effects and Pro Tools—Proposal Writing, Financial Backing, Marketing and Distribution—Promotion and Film Festival Submission.
British Columbia has one of the largest film industries in North America. Centre for Arts and Technology has developed a reputation as “the filmmaker’s film school”. Direct your own own short films and gain experience on small independent film shoots and larger budget productions. CAT graduates go on to work with some of the largest blockbuster titles, brands, companies and artists around the world.
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Centre graduates enter the professional world with confidence, knowing they have the high-end technical skills, industry knowledge and relevant experience to stand out among the competition.
Our college programs are taught by respected industry professionals, dedicated to helping others get their start. Instructors all have years of experience working in the field and know what it takes to make it in today's workplace.
Centre for Arts and Technology (CAT) and British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) have partnered to create the CAT-BCIT Pathway: a cross-institutional agreement enabling CAT graduates entry into BCIT’s School of Business.
"I really enjoyed the program. I had some great instructors and the program really opened my eyes to all the aspects of filmmaking, some of which I had never really thought about before hand. I loved the freedom when getting to shoot our first and final thesis film’s and getting a grasp on the different avenues available in the industry. Overall it was a really positive experience and it gave me the knowledge I needed to help me find the path I wanted to pursue as a Director." - Thomas Bowerbank - Center Graduate
"We have built a reputation as a world class studio that is highly sought after for high quality children's content, thanks to the Center for Arts and Technology for the students every year!" - Ashley Ramsay - CEO of Yeti Farm Creative