CFC presented workshops with actress Rosemary Dunsmore & casting director Millie Tom for Black Women Film! Canada.


CFC Provides an Intensive Professional Experience for Creative and Entrepreneurial Talent

Our unique programs emphasize the importance of fusing artistic and creative considerations with the realities of the screen-based and digital industries. By facilitating the transformation of creative and entrepreneurial talent into full-fledged content professionals and flourishing companies, the CFC positions residents and participants for success in film, television, screen acting, screen composing and songwriting, and digital media.

Through intensive, practical and hands-on programs guided by experts and industry professionals, we encourage residents and participants to constantly challenge themselves, and/or their teams, both creatively and commercially.

Our track record is exemplary; more than 92 per cent of our residents go on to work in their respective disciplines within the film, television, music, screen acting and digital media communities. CFC’s connections within the industry offer residents and/or their company unparalleled opportunities to network, cultivate professional contacts, showcase their ideas, and become influential industry players.

Alumni of our programs leave the CFC with an impressive portfolio of materials, numerous industry connections, and the expertise necessary to build their business(es) and cultivate long and meaningful careers.








CFC Film provides an intensive creative and professional experience for filmmakers from across Canada to learn from leading industry experts, forge essential long-term partnerships and create exciting new works for the international marketplace.

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'Un Traductor', written and produced by alumna Lindsay Gossling, had its World Premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

Lindsay Gossling

David Leyes


CFC TV is the broadcast industry's primary source for professional series writers, emerging TV creators, showrunners-to-watch and original series content.

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Alumna 2013 Bell Media Prime Time TV Program

"The Bell Media Prime Time TV Program prepares TV writers to work in the industry . . . within two months of completing the program, I had a job in a writers' room."

Marsha Greene

Story editor, "Remedy"
David Leyes

Media Lab

The CFC Media Lab is a unique training, research and production think-tank environment for emerging new media content developers, practitioners and companies. We encourage innovation, collaboration and entrepreneurial spirit to expand the entertainment and business opportunities in the interactive space.

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"It’s about an ethics of understanding human needs at their most fundamental level. That is, I think, what the philosophy is behind IDEABOOST-ers. That's why it's such a great place for people like me."

Srinivas Krishna, Geogram


The CFC Actors’ Conservatory offers actors a transformative artistic experience that strengthens the performer’s instrument for the screen and builds a professional skill set.

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Recent credits include: 'American Gods', 'Cardinal', 'The Order', and 'The Lie'

Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs

Mark Binks


Music creators are integral to the storytelling process. The Slaight Family Music Lab is designed to bolster the integration of composers and songwriters into the onscreen process while also fostering unique business opportunities to increase the use of Canadian music in film, television, interactive and digital properties.

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Composer Alumna Erica Procunier's music returns to TV this winter in the second season of 'Little Dog' (CBC)

Erica Procunier

David Leyes