Seattle Office of Film + Music


Direct Your Future, Produce Your Career: See SFI’s New Home!
July 12, 2013, 9:40 am
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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 (chris@seattlefilminstitute.com ).  And they’re always happy to schedule individual visits to SFI. For more information, visit www.seattlefilminstitute.com

Seattle Film Institute
3210 16th Ave W.
Seattle, WA  98119

 

About SFI:

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)
  • Producing
  • 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

 



SEATTLE FILM INSTITUTE OFFERS INFORMATIONAL MEETING TOMORROW

SFI
Seattle Film Institute is hosting a free informational meeting tomorrow, December 3 at 11:00am.  Attendees can learn about SFI’s Professional Certificate Programs, Undergraduate Degree Options and Graduate Degree Programs.  RSVP by Friday to reserve your space.  To reserve your spot, RSVP by phone (206.568.4387) or e-mail chris@seattlefilminstitute.com.

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SEATTLE FILM INSTITUE HOSTING FREE INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON DEGREES OFFERED
May 20, 2011, 12:29 pm
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Seattle Film Institute
The Seattle Film Institute offers professional certificates 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. Every SFI student can also participate in their nationally recognized internship program. Join SFI for a free informational meeting about their Professional Certificate and Graduate Degree programs on Saturday, May 21, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM. SFI’s ten month professional certificate programs include: Filmmaking (AA/BA Options, 3-D Animation, Motion Graphics, Producing, Sound Design and Recording Arts and Film Scoring. They offer graduate degree programs in a Master of Arts in Producing for Film and a Master of Fine Arts in Filmmaking. This is not only a chance to get your burning questions answered; it’s also a great opportunity to see the school, meet key faculty members and other prospective students, and also to get the scoop on scholarships and financial aid. For more information visit the hyperlink above.

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THE NEXT WASHINGTON FILMWORKS’ “PULLING FOCUS” PANEL DISCUSSION IS THIS THURSDAY

Washington Filmworks Events
Washington Filmworks, in partnership with IFP/Seattle, Northwest Film Forum, Northwest Screenwriters Guild, Seattle Film Institute, Seattle International Film Festival, Seattle Office of Film + Music, Women in Film-Seattle and the Warren Report are pleased to present “Pulling Focus: A Clear Picture of Today’s Film Industry.” Pulling Focus is a series of four panel discussions about the business of film designed to speak to the diversity of audience members, from screenwriters to actors, from directors to producers and on to musicians. Thursday’s event will focus on the role of a film’s producer and importance of professional producing. The panel will feature special guest speaker Deborah Moore, former executive vice president of New Line Cinema Productions, sharing insights from her 25 years of experience as a studio executive and producer. The event will be moderated by Warren Etheredge from The Warren Report. This is a unique opportunity for local area arts organizations, talent, filmmakers and all those interested in the business of film to get together, share experiences and learn how to help the Northwest continue to thrive as a filmmaking hub. The panel will be held at the Sorrento Hotel in downtown Seattle on Thursday, May 5. Doors will open at 6:30pm with the discussion to begin at 7pm. Click on the link above for more information on the “Pulling Focus” panel discussion series.

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WASHINGTON FILMWORKS’ “PULLING FOCUS” SERIES RETURNS TONIGHT

Washington Filmworks
Washington Filmworks, in partnership with IFP/Seattle, Northwest Film Forum, Northwest Screenwriters Guild, Seattle Film Institute, Seattle International Film Festival, Seattle Office of Film + Music, Women in Film-Seattle and the Warren Report are pleased to present “Pulling Focus: A Clear Picture of Today’s Film Industry.” The first installment of the 2011 series kicks off tonight at The Sorrento Hotel, and will feature a candid conversation with special guests Matthew Lillard (Scooby Doo, Scream, SLC Punk), Darrien Gibson (Executive Director of SAGIndie) and Nike Imoru (casting director for NxNW), all moderated by Warren Etheredge of the Warren Report. Talking points will include: how to bring out the best in your talent and crew, the business of being an actor, the importance of finding the perfect cast and much more. This is a unique opportunity for local area arts organizations, talent, filmmakers and all those interested in the business of “show business” to get together, share experiences and learn how to help the Northwest continue to thrive as a filmmaking hub. Guests are invited to continue the conversation after the panel discussion at a cocktail reception hosted by the Washington Wine Commission. Doors open for the event at 6:30 pm and the panel begins at 7:00.

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REMINDER: INFORMATIONAL MEETING ON SFI’S NEW GRADUATE PROGRAMS TOMORROW
November 19, 2010, 3:58 pm
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Seattle Film Institute
A few weeks ago, we helped to spread the great news that the Seattle Film Institute (SFI) has just been approved to offer a Master of Arts in Producing for Film and a Master of Fine Arts in Filmmaking—the only graduate programs for film in the entire Northwest. The new degrees make their debut February 2011, but you can join SFI tomorrow, November 20, for an informational meeting to learn more about the programs. This is not only a chance to get your burning questions answered; it’s also a great opportunity to see the school, meet key faculty members and other prospective students, and also to get the scoop on scholarships and financial aid. The event will be held at SFI’s main campus from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. For more information or directions, be sure to check out the link.

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SEATTLE FILM INSTITUTE LAUNCHES GRADUATE PROGRAMS
October 22, 2010, 12:36 pm
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Seattle Film Institute
Amazing news for local film students: The Seattle Film Institute has just been approved to offer a Master of Arts Degree in Producing for Film and a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Filmmaking. The Institute says they have shaped these new programs to address the current realities of filmmaking and to take advantage of Seattle’s unique identity as a hub for technology, independent filmmaking, and the creative arts. Taught by working professionals, both graduate programs will also feature innovative and flexible curricula designed to be responsive to the ever-evolving filmmaking landscape. Says SFI director David Shulman, “The time is right for a new model in film education, and Seattle is the ideal location.” The new programs make their debut February 2011, but SFI is hosting an informational meeting Saturday, November 20. Follow the link for more details.

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