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Facilities at SFI
The Seattle Film Institute campus consists of three buildings at 1709 23rd Av, Seattle, 98122.
The Front classroom building contains the editing lab, the main classroom with lighting grid, a meeting room, student break room and a film transfer room.
The Offices building houses the Administrative offices, Equipment checkout, and a classroom/workshop space.
The Olive St. building hosts the Master of Music program, and the Library Student Resource Center.
In the fall of 2012, SFI will be moving to a much larger building in the Interbay neighborhood of Seattle, with a dedicated Movie Theater and Sound Stage, along with other enhancements.
Library/Student Resource Center:
The Seattle Film Institute library’s holdings are specific to the areas of film production and digital media, composing for film, film history and analysis, screenwriting, and film producing including the business of film, film financing, legal issues and rights, and marketing and distribution. The library’s holdings consist of books, periodicals, Music Recordings (in various formats), slides, and visual material including DVD and videotape media. All required or recommended material for classes are available in the library for student use.
As a specialized collection, the library holdings do not include a general collection. All students are required to hold a library card for the Seattle Public Library. The main branch of the library is 1.8 miles from Seattle Film Institute.
Seattle Film Institute also works closely with Scarecrow Video. Scarecrow Video houses a collection of more than 100,000 items with special attention to rare, out-of-print, foreign and independent films, many available nowhere else. Students are encouraged actively utilize Scarecrow’s collection. Scarecrow Video is located 4 miles from Seattle Film Institute.