Agreements with recognized film schools help ACTRA Toronto members to bring the benefit of their experience and training to the work of emerging filmmakers and give students the chance to work with a professional cast.
As a Student Producer, you also have to ensure the safety of all Performers on set. Any set that has ACTRA Members must submit a COVID-19 safety protocol document with testing plans for review when they submit their Student Film registration form.
Film programs with which ACTRA has student production agreements
|Centennial College||For 4th, 5th and 6th semester students in the School of Communications, Media and Design|
|Fanshawe College||For Students in the Advanced Filmmaking Program|
|George Brown College||For students in the Production Certificate Program, School of Media & Performing Arts|
|Humber College||For 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate or graduate students in the Film and Television Program|
|Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology||For 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate or graduate students in the Broadcasting-Radio, TV, Film Program School of Media & Design Environment, Media and Technology Division|
|Ontario College of Art & Design||For 3rd and 4th year undergraduate and/or graduate students|
|Ryerson University||For 2nd, 3rd and 4th year undergraduate, (including Advanced Placement RTA Students) or graduate students of the School of Image Arts, School of Radio and Television Arts|
|Seneca College||For 2nd year undergraduate students in the School of Communications Arts|
|Sheridan College||For 2nd, 3rd year and 4th year undergraduate or graduate students in the Media Arts and Advanced Television and Film Departments, including Communications, Culture, Information & Technology, Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance and Animation|
|Toronto Film School||For 5th Term Students – after year one of the program|
|Weengushk Film Institute||…|
|York University||For 2nd , 3rd or 4th year undergraduate or graduate students in the Department of Film & Video, Faculty of Fine Arts Toronto|