Scholarships for Canadian Students
Filmmaking Diploma Program
About the Program
Tuition and Start Dates
- Second career
How to apply
- Canadian students
- U.S./International students
Pay & Refund
Toronto Academy of Acting for Film & Television is pleased to state that the film school is a recipient of a scholarship by William F. White International Inc. and its owner, Paul Bronfman, in the amount of $3,000.00 for the school year and to have a new recipient each subsequent year.
This scholarship is in honour of one of the greatest cinematographers of our time, Vilmos Zsigmond. Vilmos was a close friend and colleague of Paul Bronfman and William F. White Intl. Inc. Vilmos was nominated for many awards, one of which he received the Academy Award for best Cinematography for his fabulous work in CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND.
This scholarship is intended for those students studying the art of cinematography and have the passion to become cinematographers in the future. To apply for this scholarship students must be accepted into the Academy's digital film making diploma program, must provide a copy of the Enrollment contract and be a citizen and permanent resident of Canada.
The student must be a citizen and permanent resident of Canada, (unless outside of Canada for academic term).
To be included with the application: