Inner Circle Club
Talk about insider intel.
On top of your program’s curriculum, you’ll become part of the Inner Circle Club. A flagship initiative where an industry ace becomes the school’s expert-in-residence every term.
Insights, tips, strategies, techniques and more are shared exclusively with the TFS community. These student centric and curated events culminate with In Conversation—where Andrew Barnsley sits down with the guest for a 90-min heart to heart. This event is held live and streamed from a downtown theatre.
In Conversation with: Andrew Gunn
Film & TV Producer, Freaky Friday
In Conversation with: Katie Ford
Apple+TV Showrunner, Writer, Producer, Miss Congeniality
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Toronto Film School Blog
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Whether you’re searching for the perfect holiday gift, a special birthday surprise, or the cherry on top of a loved one’s graduation, nabbing the perfect item for the designer in your life can be tough. At Toronto Film School, we’re often asked by parents and friends of students on what would make an ideal gift …Read more
Screenwriters are a unique bunch, which makes shopping for them quite a challenge. Whether they’re busy penning next year’s Oscar winner or simply binging movie marathons for “research,” their tastes tend to run toward the creative and unconventional. If you find yourself in a quandary over what to get a screenwriter this holiday season, worry …
Toronto Film School acting students will delve into the surrealist mind of award-winning filmmaker David Lynch this month when their production of Twin Freaks comes to the stage at Papermill Theatre. Created and directed by Jonathan Higgins, the 75-minute play takes its inspiration from the unique cinematic aesthetic Lynch – an auteur, innovator and cinematic …
Toronto Film School acting students will revive a classic James Joyce tale later this month, when their adaptation of The Dead hits the stage at the Papermill Theatre. Adapted and directed by Aaron Willis, the 75-minute play breathes new life into Joyce’s exploration of love, loss and the nature of Irish identity, which was first …
Buying a gift for an actor can feel as daunting as decoding a Shakespearean soliloquy. Whether they’re delivering heartfelt monologues in an acting class or starring in the latest Hollywood production, actors are notorious for having unique needs and tastes. Unfortunately, this is doubly true regarding their preferences for presents. But fear not! We’ve put …
“Hope and connection in an often troubling, but beautiful world.” That is what the creative team behind Toronto Film School’s latest virtual production of The Wayfinders hope audiences take away from watching their play. Created and directed by Lauren Brotman, the 60-minute virtual play was inspired by scenes from Tara Beagan’s Dreary and Izzy and …
A group of talented acting students from Toronto Film School will attempt to “shed light on the things we prefer to keep in the dark” when their adaptation of The Government Inspector takes to the stage at the Papermill Theatre this month. Adapted and directed by Andy Massingham, the 75-minute play was originally written …