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Special funding for out-of-province students

Up to $4,000 for undergraduate programs.
Up to $9,251 for Master's thesis programs.

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The Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema is the largest university-based centre for the study of film animation, film production and film and moving image studies in Canada. We have an international reputation as a leader in the practice and study of the cinematic arts. Our commitment to creative independence, rigorous scholarship, in-depth training, and experimental and interdisciplinary practices prepares our students for a lifetime of working with the moving image.


Discover a trio of student-oriented programs

Each year 250 new students learn the techniques of animation, discover the technical and aesthetic practices of production, or delve deeper into the meaning of film.

Accelerate your entry into the film industry with microprograms

With courses on weeknights and weekends, our microprograms are ideal for non-traditional students and professionals seeking to get a foothold in Quebec’s thriving film sector. Choose between English (in-person) and French (remote) Screenwriting and Film Producing, and we also offer a Digital Filmmaking microprogram.

News spotlight

Poster for Meryam Joobeur's film Who Do I Belong To

Meryam Joobeur's First Feature Film Premieres at Berniale

Who Do I Belong To, written and directed by BFA Film Production alumna and MFA Cinematic Arts student Meryam Joobeur, premiered at the 74th annual Berniale Film Festival in Germany.

Building off themes from Joobeur's 2018 Oscar nomintated short Brotherhood, the film explores the titular universal question through a lens of maternal guilt, incorporating elements of magical realism and pyschological horror while navigating the sense of self.  

Read an interview with Meryam Joobeur
Important dates


Undergraduate application deadline: March 1, 2024

Graduate application deadline: February 1, 2024


Application and portfolios are accepted online only

Research spotlight

PPP/RRR – Pier Paolo Pasolini: Riprese, Reprises, Retakes

PPP/RRR – Pier Paolo Pasolini: Riprese, Reprises, Retakes is a project that celebrates the hundred-year anniversary of Pasolini's birth through a series of artist talks, academic presentations, and in-person and online screenings. The aim is to reflect on Pasolini's legacy and afterlife. 

See events and screening details


Montreal has a long-standing reputation as one of North America’s best cities for cinema.


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