Film Production (MFA)

Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Why pursue a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Arts, Film Production?

Extended approaches to moving image making examine cinema and its role in the future. We need artist-researchers and media-makers to investigate how this medium responds to current technologies and advancements in order to develop new ideas and concepts in film production.

The MFA in Studio Arts, Film Production concentration, provides a laboratory setting where you can explore ways to advance your particular approach to filmmaking making through critical inquiry, experimentation, intellectual exchange and innovation. Our faculty members, key figures in contemporary, experimental and documentary cinema, will encourage you to consider diverse theoretical frameworks, processes and methodologies of contemporary moving image practices.

Take advantage of an extensive range of facilities and resources through the Fine Arts Academic and Research Facilities, the Centre for Digital Arts and the Visual Collections Repository (VCR). Our cutting-edge equipment provides the technical means for you to create media that transcends traditional forms of animation, film, digital video and time-based installation. Montreal also offers opportunities for your productions to thrive given its reputation as an urban centre where traditional cinematic and new media practices flourish.

Since our department is comprised of seven disciplinary programs, you will be in the company of students working in fibres and material practices, intermedia, painting and drawing, photography, print media and sculpture. Regular feedback from artist-researchers in the department contributes to this dynamic learning environment, encouraging you to consider interdisciplinary approaches as you develop your artwork.


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