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The Seattle Film Institute recently moved to a new location in the Interbay neighborhood into a 10,000 square foot facility which includes sound stages, digital editing labs, and a 50 seat movie theater! They are having an information session tomorrow, Saturday, July 13 at 11:00 am at their new home.
Faculty will talk about SFI’s Professional Certificate Programs, Undergraduate Degree Programs, and Graduate Degree Programs. This is a great opportunity to see our new facility, meet faculty members and other prospective students, and get all your questions about our programs – including financial aid and scholarship information – answered
To reserve your spot, RSVP by phone (206.568.4387) or e-mail (email@example.com ). And they’re always happy to schedule individual visits to SFI. For more information, visit www.seattlefilminstitute.com
The Seattle Film Institute offers professional certificates, undergraduate degrees, and graduate degrees in all aspects of filmmaking. All SFI programs feature a hands-on education and practical experience that provide the groundwork for professional careers. Students receive a real world education from a faculty anchored by film industry professionals. And every SFI student can participate in our nationally recognized internship program.
Their next two program start dates are September 16, 2013 and March 3, 2014. The Seattle Film Institute is approved to accept International Students.
Ten Month Professional Certificate Programs
- Filmmaking (AA/BA Options)
- Acting for Film
- Sound Design and Recording Arts
- 3-D Animation
- Motion Graphics
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Film
Students with an AA degree or the equivalent college credit can earn their BA in less than one calendar year.
Graduate Degree Programs
Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Filmmaking
Accelerated Degree Program – 6 quarters in 16 months
Master of Arts (MA) in Producing for Film
4 quarters in 10 months; evening classes
Master of Arts (MFA) in Producing
Blends the hands-on skills of a filmmaker with the business skills of a producer
Master of Music (MM) in Composing For Film
The Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program