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From concept through to production, you will learn the entire game creation process from a faculty of active creators with games such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Asteroids, GTA 4 and Max Payne 3 to their credit. In environments replicating the industry, you will explore all areas of video game design and programming for mobile, PC, web and console. You will get a deeper understanding of programming, game design, interface development, production, audio and sound, as well as business plans and commercial strategies. You will graduate with a diverse portfolio of video games that showcase your industry-ready skills.
From concept through to development, you will explore the entire 2D and 3D game production process with a faculty of active creators with games such as Red Dead Redemption 2, GTA 5, GTA 4, and Max Payne 3 to their credit. Modelled on the collaborative environments of the video game industry, you will design and produce mid-large scale games with peer artists. You will learn how to create artwork and animation, compose audio effect and music, and develop production and business plans. You will graduate with a robust portfolio showcasing your creative and business expertise
Toronto Film School offers a fast and effective path to an exciting career in film, television, theatre, fashion, graphic design or video game design.
Toronto Film School, ranked as a top film school by the QS World University Rankings, offers a fast-paced, hands-on and highly collaborative learning environment, designed to arm you with the theory and skills needed to align your career aspirations with your creative talents. Whether you are passionate about film, design, video games or fashion, Toronto Film School is where you will find a supportive community, award-winning instructors, and a network of creative peers to propel you into the career you dream of.
Consistency and Focus – All programs are career-focused and application-oriented. Real-World Knowledge – Program Advisory Committees, which meet regularly and are informed by input from the entertainment industry, ensure Toronto Film School curricula align with on-the-job expectations and requirements. Skills-Based Education – Class sizes are kept small to ensure optimum instructor-to-student ratios. Faculty plan and deliver courses to emphasize hands-on projects that engage students and facilitate learning.