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Victoria University

Victoria University, founded in 1836 in Cobourg, Ontario, by royal charter from King William IV, Victoria federated with the University of Toronto in 1890. It comprises Victoria College, an arts and science college of U of T, and Emmanuel College, a theological college associated with the United Church of Canada.

As one of the oldest universities in Canada, Victoria has earned a distinguished reputation for excellence and creativity, with alumni that include some of the country’s most recognized innovators, artists, athletes, activists, scientists, educators and political leaders: literary critic and scholar Northrop Frye, Nobel laureate and prime minister Lester B. Pearson, pioneering doctor Augusta Stowe-Gullen, Nobel laureate and co-inventor of the laser Arthur Schawlow, authors Margaret Atwood, John Bemrose, David Gilmour and Elizabeth Hay, artist Robert Bateman, poet Dennis Lee, actor Donald Sutherland, the Honourable Bill Blaikie, former ambassador Kenneth Taylor and filmmaker Norman Jewison.
Celtx is the world’s first all-in-one media pre-production system. It replaces ‘paper & binder’ with a digital approach that’s more complete, simpler to work with, and easier to share. Celtx provides innovative, industry-leading tools for writing scripts and collaborating on productions anywhere, anytime – online, on the desktop and on mobile devices. Over 2,000,000 filmmakers and media creators in 170 countries tell better stories using Celtx.

Crescent School
Crescent School, a day school for boys since 1913, has a proud heritage of educating young men to face the challenges of tomorrow. A Crescent education is exciting, fulfilling and broad. Crescent’s Core Values of Respect, Responsibility, Honesty and Compassion form the cornerstone of all our endeavours.

Royal St. George’s College
Royal St. George’s College is an independent university preparatory school which provides a stimulating and supportive environment, grounded in Christian values and dedicated to instilling in boys the knowledge, skill and adaptability to live a balanced, purposeful and happy life.

Royal St. George’s College is an urban day school, located in the Annex in Downtown Toronto. Our high academic standards, strong support system and our expectation that students will participate in athletics, music, the arts, public speaking, and outdoor education is how we deliver on that promise. The size of the school population, 426 boys, ensures that each student is known, respected and appreciated for his unique strengths and that he forms close, positive relationships with both peers and faculty.

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The Toronto Student Film Festival

The Toronto Student Film Festival is run by youth for youth. Since its inception in 2006, the festival has received submissions from across the globe. The festival strives to promote and showcase work by young filmmakers, whether shot on a cell phone or an HD camera.

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