Concordia film school boosts capacity to meet demand for workers

Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema has announced that it will be expanding to accept more than 220 students a year starting in Fall 2024. The expansion is a response to calls from the Government of Quebec and local film businesses to address the increased demands for skilled labour due to a boom in the film and TV industry. Concordia will launch a one-year film-production certificate program on the practical aspects of filmmaking, alongside graduate certificate programs in creative film producing and scriptwriting in fall 2024. Concordia will also launch various short-term microprograms on themes such as screenwriting, producing, and digital filmmaking. Montreal Gazette Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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