Toronto, Ontario – Humber College’s Film and Television Production graduating students will present their final film projects to industry professionals on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.

This year’s projects will highlight women directors, writers, producers and directors of photography -- production roles that are typically dominated by men. In 2016, only seven per cent of the top 250 highest grossing films were directed by women, while just 13 per cent employed female writers.

Seven of the eight short films to be presented are written and directed by female students, which address issues including immigration, LGTBQ+ issues and self discovery. 

Event: Humber College Graduate Film Showcase
Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Time: Doors open: 5:30 p.m.
Screening: 6:00 p.m.
Location: Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West
Photo/Interview Opp: Humber Film and Television Production students and faculty

This year’s screening will also feature the annual William F. White Spirit Award. The award recognizes professionalism and collaboration in filmmaking, and will be presented to three students based on their performance in the final year of the program. For more information about Humber’s Film and Television Production program, please visit


About Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Established in 1967, Humber is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions. Committed to student success through excellence in teaching and learning, Humber serves 29,200 full-time students and 23,000 part time and continuing education students. With an internationally recognized reputation for quality learning, Humber offers a wide-range of career-focused opportunities for students to personalize their educational path, including 160 full-time programs across more than 40 fields of
study, 200 part-time and 400 online programs or courses. More than four out of five of Humber graduates are employed within six months of completing their studies. Visit

For more information and to arrange interviews, please contact:
Emily Gilhooley
Student Publicist

Andrew Stevenson
Program Faculty