At Seattle Film Institute, we offer a number of programs in various aspects of filmmaking. From sound design to motion graphics, our students take a hands on approach to learning the craft and apply it across industries after graduation. Our Master of Fine Arts in Filmmaking and Producing offers a Motion Graphics and Visual FX Focus which combines film, audio, graphic design and animation.
If you’ve found your niche in music for movies, are ready to create the next great jingle, or aspire to score a feature film soundtrack one day, our sound design program may be just what you’re looking for. One of the few Sound Design and Recording Arts Programs in the Pacific Northwest, this program’s holistic approach, internship program, and top notch faculty can get you where you want to go.
David Schulman, Founder of Seattle Film Institute has had a lifelong passion for film. His experience in filmmaking and editing paired with his love of teaching and ability to build curriculums to fuel the next generation of movie makers has built SFI into what is is today.
At Seattle Film Institute, we cater to a wide variety of students and interests. Our goal is to give all of our students an immersive education in film and related fields of study. We believe in giving our students hands on experience so they have the tools they need to succeed in life beyond school.
Choosing which college you will attend is a huge decision. From the big things, like picking a major and financing your higher education, to smaller things such as extracurriculars and what kind of food options are available, there are so many factors to take into account. Whether you’re about to finish your senior year of high school and have no idea what’s next on your horizon, or you’ve decided it's time to go back to school after spending some time in the workforce, here are a few tips to help you during your decision making process.
In the age of all things digital, a lot of people think all film cameras disappeared with pagers, home telephones, and The Spice Girls. Dark rooms, toner, dodging and burning, and all of the other things you used to spend hours in the dark room doing, however, didn’t end at the end of the millennium. In fact, there have been many independent and larger name films that weren’t fully digital in the last