A young girl struggles to find a playmate, until she discovers a magic trunk at a yard sale.
Filmed in 16mm on an Arriflex S by students at Seattle Film Institute.
Written and Directed by Krystal Alexander.
Music by Masters of Music students of the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program at SFI.
A young man and his father face conflict over aging, armed robbers, and the last slice of cherry pie. Final crew project for the Fall 2014 BA in Film class
Part of the SFI FALL 2008 Class Shot on a Digital Camera Format.
Directed By: Erin Levine
From the SFI FALL 2007 Class, Photographed on Super 16MM Film.
Directed By: Mike Burns
From the SFI FALL 2008 Class Photographed on 16MM Film, MOS.
Directed By: Alex Meader; Dir of Photography: Connor Hair
Published on Jan 9, 2015
Multi camera live switch produced by the Spring 2014 Filmmaking students at the Seattle Film Institute. Actors from the 2014 Fall Acting Students.
Recorded in the studio at SFI in December 2014 over the course of a few hours. Many thanks to all involved.
Copyright 2015 Seattle Film Institute
A man in slow time world discovers a woman living in a fragmented time world. Can they connect?
Written and directed by Leah Franks, Cinematography by Corey Embring, Effects and Motio Graphics by Zak Pauls, Sound Design by Nick Abercrombie, Music composed by Kyle Griffith in the 2014 Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program. Production Manager, Allison Boyer. Starring Josh Tumblin, Fantasia Oslund and Chris Bush.
This modern take on the motorcycle films of the sixties was recorded with a Panasonic HVX200 camera and a 35mm Lens Adapter for a cinematic look.
From the SFI Spring 2008 Class; Filmed on Super 16MM Film with the Arri SRII camera. Directed By: David Burns