Advanced TV and Film Students Apply Skills in 3X3 Production (Part 1)

Sheridan’s Advanced Television and Film (ATVF) program teaches advanced film and television skills to students who have either academic or industry backgrounds, but wish to develop the practical and competitive skills they need to successfully integrate into the film, television or interactive industries. Many ATVF students enter the program somewhat “afraid and suspicious of technology,” program coordinator Jean Desormeaux suggests, but after a year of intense master classes and production, they graduate from Sheridan comfortable with technology and industry workflow processes. The ATVF program offers students specialties in producing, directing, screenwriting, editing, audio production and post-production, camera and lighting, and digital design. This post-graduate certificate program begins with an intensive seven-week session of master classes in the above disciplines in which students can specialize. Then in the next seven weeks, students apply their learning in a real life short film production methodology named 3X3 (i.e. interpretative film projects that are… Read More