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RETHINK CINEMA!

Microprogram in Screenwriting and Film Producing
Microprogramme de scénarisation et de production cinématographique

Get a foothold in Quebec’s fast-growing film industry! This program is open for applications for Summer 2022. Ce microprogramme est ouvert aux demandes d’admission et il est également offert en français.

THREE AREAS OF STUDY



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.

Event spotlight


Oprhan Film Symposium poster, June 15-18, 2022, Concordia University, NYU, Counter-Archives

Orphan Film Symposium

The 13th iteration of the international and highly celebrated Orphan Film Symposium is coming to Concordia. Join us on June 15, 16, 17, 18 in the DeSeve Cinema for rediscovered films presented by artists, archivists and scholars. This iteration of the event is devoted to giving voice to historically marginalized voices, with strong programming of Indigenous, Black, LGBTQ2+, Women’s and Worker’s films. The symposium features 4 days of screenings and presentations by 70 speakers from a dozen countries.

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Important dates

HOW TO APPLY

Undergraduate application deadline: March 1, 2022

Graduate application deadline: February 1, 2022

 

Application and portfolios are accepted online only

Research spotlight


New Canada Research Chair in Media and Migration (Tier 2)

Film Studies assistant professor Ishita Tiwary’s research examines the relationship between migratory processes, media technologies and modes of representation, which together shape the experiences of and public responses to migration. The project will include a community-driven research space, an interactive digital platform and a community library.

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INSIDE THE DEPARTMENT

OUR FACULTY

An extraordinary group of artists and scholars contributing their work and resesarch. 

OUR FACILITIES

The space and equipment you need to learn your craft and push the limits of your creativity

OUR CITY

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

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