York University’s Graduate Program in Film/Cinema and Media Studies is recognized internationally as one of Canada’s most innovative and dynamic film programs, providing students with a unique integration of cinema and media studies, hands-on skills, critical theory, and state-of-the-art production resources and pedagogy. Situated in the celebrated School of Arts, Media, Performance and Design, which includes departments of computational arts, dance, design, music, theatre, and art history & visual arts, our graduate programs actively facilitate cross-disciplinary collaborations and research through shared courses, joint creation initiatives, and a dynamic year-long program of public lectures and events. Following its commitment to social justice, the department of Cinema and Media Arts is in process of implementing an Action Plan Addressing Anti-Black Racism and the Colonization of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. The Action Plan is, by definition, an evolving work-in-progress, critically responding to the ideas, experiences and criticisms of faculty, students, alumni, and staff.
The MA is an extremely versatile degree that prepares students for futures in interdisciplinary academic research or the growing spectrum of jobs in the creative industries.
A program that offers specialized instruction in fiction, documentary, alternative cinema and screenwriting.
The Schulich School of Business in partnership with the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD) at York University offers a unique combined graduate degree in Fine Arts and Business.
The PhD in Cinema & Media Studies is a dynamic program in which students pursue innovative and interdisciplinary research into the full range of sound and moving image media practices and traditions.
The Graduate Program in Film at York is an exciting environment to pursue innovative, socially engaging, career-ready education. Contact our Graduate Program Assistant to learn more.