Canada's top film & television graduating students seeking apprenticeships



    TORONTO, June 19 /CNW/ - The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is
proud to announce that Canada's top film and television graduating students
are now available for apprenticeships through the National Apprenticeship
Training Program (NATP). This incredible, once in a lifetime experience,
provides apprentices with a 12-week hands-on training program that includes an
honorarium and supports an accelerated entry into the Canadian entertainment
industry.

    Over the last 20 years, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television has
proudly sponsored over 227 apprentices through the NATP. Over 80% of those
apprentices have secured further employment and remained in the film and
television industry. In addition, 75% of these have either won or been
nominated for awards in their field, including 31 nominations and wins from
our own Gemini, Genie & Gémeaux Awards.
    For information on 2007 NATP recipients or about The Academy of Canadian
Cinema & Television, visit www.academy.ca.





For further information:

For further information: Media Contact: Lara Mrkoci, Senior Coordinator,
Awards and Special Projects, Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, (416)
366-2227 ext.230 or lara@academy.ca

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