Radio & Television

CFC introduces new scholarships to increase access to screen-based programs

TORONTO — The Canadian Film Centre (CFC) announced today it has introduced a new entrance scholarship “to entirely offset tuition fees for all incoming residents of the organization’s film, television and acting programs,” reads a press release. These scholarships will be awarded automatically each year to entering residents upon their acceptance into the CFC’s screen-based programs, with funding coming from the CFC’s donors, “including named bursaries and longstanding donors to the organization’s Endowment Fund,” the release explains. “The scholarship initiative is aimed at reducing barriers and increasing access to CFC programs and is part of the organization’s broader commitment to...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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