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Film Studies

What can I do with my degree?

About the program

Film Studies teaches you how to read visual culture and speak the dominant creative language of the last century. As a student in Film studies you will explore the history of cinema in its global breadth — from documentary to experimental and narrative feature films — and the future of cinema in its many emergent forms. You’ll develop a deep understanding of film’s aesthetics and relation to society and you’ll write film reviews, analyze film sequences, and become a cultural critic.

For the latest information on programs, visit the Department of Film Studies

Career possibilities – Beyond the bachelor degree

The job titles listed below are examples of careers requiring further education such as an MA or PhD degree, a second bachelor degree, a certificate or a graduate diploma and relevant work experience.

For details on these job titles, main duties and employment requirements visit Canada’s National Occupational Classification (NOC).

  • Art director
  • Censor
  • Cinematographer
  • College / university professor
  • Film archivist
  • Film director
  • Film editor
  • Filmmaker
  • Publicist
  • Producer
  • Technical film crew
  • Visual arts consultant
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