416.588.6444 | 1137 Dupont Street Toronto, Ontario M6H 2A3 Canada | MONDAY-FRIDAY, 10AM-6PM
Winter 2014 Workshops
Filmmaker and LIFT member Eva Kolcze and crew on set of her new film, All That is Solid.
LIFT's WINTER 2014 FILM, VIDEO and INTERACTIVE ART WORKSHOPS
Registration is open and runs April 30, 2014.
NOTE: Summer 2014 season will be online in mid-May 2014.
LIFT provides training in all aspects of filmmaking and media arts. Offering 150 workshops each year from camera theory to digital animation, LIFT is a one-of-a-kind training facility that offers practical knowledge to media artists at any stage of their career. LIFT offers intensive workshops taking place on evenings or weekends focusing on specific skills. Sessions run four to sixteen hours so you can learn a new software program or camera in a condensed timeframe.
LIFT's small class sizes provide each participant an opportunity for hands-on learning. Media artists taking LIFT's digital based classes each work at individual iMac stations. Filmmakers wanting to learn cinematography get their hands on the camera and lighting. Students taking our screenwriting classes get personalized feedback from industry professionals. LIFT's workshops exist to give that crucial kick to participants who want to create: learn, plan, make, edit, and distribute.
- Register in person at LIFT (1137 Dupont Street) with cash, Interac, Visa, MasterCard or Amex
- Register by telephone with a credit card: 416-588-6444
- Fees must be paid in full to confirm registration
Community and Private Workshops
LIFT welcomes inquiries from community groups, non-profit organizations and others interested in partnering on special training projects and community initiatives. Please see LIFT's Community Projects here. Private workshops for individuals may be available on request.
For more information, please call LIFT at 416-588-6444, Monday-Friday 10am-6pm, or email Workshops through the contact page.
The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto is supported by its membership, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Arts Foundation and the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council. Additional support for the Winter 2014 Workshop series is provided by Niagara Custom Lab and ORWO North America.