Visual Effects is the balanced amalgamation of right brain and left brain thinking. Artists rely on the filmmaker’s creative vision and their own technical skills and software knowledge to bring ideas to life on film and TV. Toronto Film School’s Visual Effects for Film & TV Diploma deconstructs the VFX pipeline with a cumulative approach to teaching the art. Each term yields a practical outcome that prepares students to take up industry assignments. Students start working with a still shot, blend it with 3D assets and film and then add visual effects. The program culminates with students pulling all this together and creating the final VFX shot that is then evaluated by industry professionals. Students graduate prepared to handle complex VFX assignments and with a diverse portfolio that maximizes employment prospects.
*Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended*
*Resume and Statement of Interest
*Detailed course descriptions for transfer credit consideration
*Completed online application
* (TOEFL) score of at least 500 (written version) or 65 (Internet-based version).
* (IELTS) band score of at least 5.5.
* (CAEL) score of 50 or higher.
* (CEFR) score of Level C1 or higher.
* Confirmation of a score equivalent to these scores on another test of English language proficiency recognized by and acceptable to the University.
* Confirmation of a Duolingo minimum score of 85.