Seattle Film Institute has partnered with the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program to offer the only one-year Master of Music Degree in Music Composition for Film and Media available in the United States. This internationally lauded MM (Master of Music) in Film Composition degree is a thorough immersion into writing music for Film, TV, and other media and prepares graduates to enter those fields with the skill set, experience and professional portfolio necessary to launch a successful career. The program is led by two-time Emmy Award winning composer Hummie Mann.
The goal of The Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program is to produce the most prepared graduates of any film-scoring program currently offered.
If you're ready to apply for the Masters of Music in Film Composition, follow this link: Masters of Music application page.
Looking for original music for your student film, performed by a real orchestra? Check our our free Student Film Scoring program!
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Our students gain valuable professional experience and contacts through our nationally renowned internship and career placement program. Whether it’s in Los Angeles with Toby Maguire Entertainment or Kevin Spacey’s Trigger Street Productions, here in Seattle with Microsoft or Screaming Flea, our internships provide that critical first professional know-how that is crucial to starting your career in film.
At SFI, you’ll get the skills and education, as well the important job placement assistance you need to start your career in the film industry.
"Applying to the Master of Music degree program at PNWFSP will stand up as one of the best decisions I’ve ever made in life… through the rigorous, breakneck pace I sweated and toiled. I came out the other side like a mother of dragons with the dramatic underscore to match, and graduated with the confidence, connections and tools to blaze my path forward."