WORKSHOP: Traffic Awareness for the Film Industry

This course will familiarize participants with the provincial laws governing traffic control. Traffic Awareness deals with the understanding of who is responsible for establishing traffic control on a film set, the duties regarding flagging on set, the dress and proper equipment necessary for proper flagging, and the proper techniques for directing traffic. NOTE:  This course […]

FTM Logo: Then and Now

A look back into our history.  The FTM logo from 15 years ago, and our present logo.  

Film Training Manitoba is turning 15!

This April marks Film Training Manitoba’s 15th year of providing workshop training and work experience opportunities for Manitoba’s film and television industry. Born out of the province’s need for additional film crews to sustain the increasing number of film productions in the late 1990s, Film Training Manitoba (FTM) was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in […]

Staff Announcement

We’d like to offer our best wishes to Jenna Neepin, our Programs & Communications Assistant here at Film Training Manitoba for the past 3 years, as she takes on a new position with the University of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Studies department. Jenna first took the reigns of FTM’s administrative desk in 2010, but soon after became […]

IATSE 669 Camera Trainee Program

The IATSE 669 Camera Trainee Program is designed to provide participants with the skills and on-set experience they will need to become a 2nd Assistant in the Camera Department. The aim of the program is to have full members of IATSE 669 work with trainees to help them learn work habits and techniques, camera systems, and networking skills.