Digital Cinematography

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Program at a glance

Program code: 
010111
Accreditation: 
Ontario College Advanced Diploma
Length of study: 
3 years
Study options: 
Full-time
Campus location: 
College Drive

The film and television industry is thriving in Canada, and there is a growing need for skilled workers in this dynamic and exciting field. Learn the art of movie making using new digital technologies like the RED EPIC camera used to shoot films like The Hobbit and The Amazing Spiderman. Start working on your own short film in your first year! This program is geared for the industry of today, where professionals must be able to understand all aspects of production including cinematography, screenwriting, editing and directing. You will gain a solid foundation to create visual stories and graduate with the tools you need to enter this rapidly-changing and evolving field.

Check out work from our Digital Cinematography program!

 

Career Opportunities

  • Film and television
  • Directing and producing
  • Documentary and commercial productions

What You Learn

  • Documentaries and commercials
  • Motion effects and compositing
  • Directing
  • Long and short filmmaking
  • Scriptwriting for film and media
  • Sound production
  • Production process and management
Admission Requirements: 

Program Prerequisites

OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U.

 

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Curriculum: 

Semester One - Fall:

DCM100 Digital Cinematography I

DCM110Writing Skills for Film and Media I

DCM120Post-Production I

DCM170

Production Process and Management I

DCM175

History of the Cinema

GENED

General Education Elective - Online

 

Semester Two - Winter:

DCM200

Digital Cinematography II

DCM210

Writing Skills for Film and Media II

DCM220

Post Production II

DCM240

Sound Production I

DCM250

Directing I

DCM275

Production Design


 

Semester Three - Fall:

DCM260

Motion Graphics and Compositing I

DCM320

Advanced Post Production III

DCM340

Sound Production II

DCM350

Directing II

DCM380

Electronic FIeld Production I

DCM390

Documentary Film Making I

 

Semester Four - Winter:

DCM370

The Business of Producing I

DCM400

Advanced Digital Cinematography I

DCM410

Writing Skills for Film and Media III

DCM450

Directing III

DCM420

Advanced Post Production and Composition

DCM470

Producing a Short I

GENED

General Education Elective - Online

 

Semester Five - Fall:

DCM500

Applied Filmmaking I

DCM590

Portfolio Development

GENED

General Education Elective - Online

 

Semester Six - Winter:

DCM600

Applied Filmmaking II

DCM640

Post Production Mastering


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Learning Outcomes: 

Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.

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