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The 40 Week Total Immersion Filmmaking Program is the destination for students who are ready to turn their aspirations into reality. The program provides a comprehensive foundation in all aspects of filmmaking. For ten intense months, students live, eat, and breathe filmmaking-in class and on the set. The hallmarks of the Total Immersion Program are intimate class size, personal attention, and a hands-on teaching approach. On completion, an internship is made available to students as the first step in their careers. At graduation, students have transformed their dreams and passion into a practical start to their career-an internship, a job in film or video, or a gig directing their first independent film. Film Institutes of America offers the 40 Week Total Immersion Filmmaking Program at the Carolina Film Institute and at the Seattle Film Institute (founded 1994).
Exciting news from Beverly Hills, California! CFI Graduate RYAN SALCHERT will be working with Media Exclusive Group full time!
We will be hearing more from Ryan on the Alumni Testimonials soon!
"Right after graduation from the Carolina Film Institute I knew I wanted to do my internships in Los Angeles. I was blown away when they set me up for numerous interviews with different production companies in Hollywood.
Upon graduation, CFI students receive a Certificate of Completion and DVDs of all their group projects, and of one individual project from each student. At the end of their term, students also create a DVD master of selected clips of their work, both individual and as crew on group projects. They can use this DVD demonstrates their ability and knowledge to potential employers.
During the 40 week program, students complete up to 10 Projects: