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Finally, a cutting-edge film city like Seattle has a cutting-edge film program of its own!
Director/Screenwriter Barry Blaustein, Beyond the Mat, Coming to America, The Ringer.
Dr. Edwin WeiheDirector(206) firstname.lastname@example.org
Because Film Studies is an independent B.A. program, Film Studies majors and minors can also double-major or minor in English or English/Creative Writing, literary disciplines that importantly complement the visual storytelling discipline of film study.
With this extraordinarily comprehensive and visionary film studies program, Seattle University instantly places itself at the forefront of America’s top universities offering courses in the art, craft, and business of film-making.
Tom Wright, producer, screenwriter (Newjack City) and author of Working in Hollywood and American Screenwriters
Edwin Weihe, director of Film Studies, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and also a member of the Advisory Board for Washington Filmworks.
The B.A. in Film Studies is an official sponsor of the Seattle International Film Festival, a year-long film and film-education program that culminates in one of the world's largest and most prestegious film festivals in mid-may through early June annually.
The B.A. in Film Studies is also sponsor of National Film Festival for Talented Youth, NFFTY, a festival of films made by youths 22 yrs. and younger, and partnered with the Northwest Film Forum, which screens over 200 independently made and classic films annually, offers a year-round schedule of filmmaking classes for all ages, and supports filmmakers at all stages of their careers.
Students take home awards from MOHAI's "History Is" Competition
More awards from 2013 Northwest College Film Festival
Filmmaking I Filmmakng II Filmmaking IIIDocumentary FilmmakingNarrative FilmmakingFilm Studies Honors
History of FilmHorror FilmsInternational Women DirectorsCult FilmsPolitical CinemaIntl. Cinemas of OthernessDirector: AndersonDisneyGangster FilmsClassical HollywoodRussian/Soviet CinemaDirector: KubrickWesternsStory DevelopmentGreater Middle EastStory DevelopmentDocumentary FilmmakingWomen in CinemaFilm NoirScreen AdaptationsItalian CinemaNarrative FilmmakingFilms of the 1960sArt of FilmScreenwritingLatin America CinemaProducingThe Festival
Nothing could be easier! Come to the English Department (Casey
5th) and complete a form declaring your major or minor in Film Studies.
You will be assigned a faculty advisor right away. And you will be
encouraged to introduce yourself to Dr. Edwin Weihe, director of Film
Studies, and other Film Studies faculty.
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