WORKSHOP: Stillness for the Camera: The Art of Non-Acting with Brent Fidler

This two-day intensive workshop will focus on identifying the actor’s personal, emotional, and psychological obstacles that prevent them for “booking” auditions − particularly in the contemporary North American television and film industry environment, where casting is often based on archetypes. This workshop will assist the actor in integrating their performance into an acceptable “American parameter” essential […]

WORKSHOP: Smart Start – How to Start Your Business in Film, Television and New Media

Whether you’re developing, producing or distributing content, running your own creative business can be an exhilarating and rewarding option provided you have the right tools and guidance! You’ll never find a more receptive market for new business than 2014. On completion of the seminars, participants will know how to set up their own shop and […]

WORKSHOP: Introduction to Tax Credits and Budgeting for Low Budget Productions

Filmmaking is a true blend of business and creativity and making a film takes more than just picking up a camera and shooting a scene. More than anything they may encounter on set, one of the most baffling questions facing a filmmaker has more to do with raising funds and how to handle the ensuing […]

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.