Bring your creative ideas to life with digital filmmaking, screenwriting, sound design, and animation!
Quality learning environment
SIT's film & animation students get access to top-of-the-line cameras and computers, all equipped with the best industry standard software. We offer a productive, creative learning environment in which you will receive expert advice and guidance. Invercargill’s location is ideal as SIT students get the opportunity to work with production companies in Queenstown and Dunedin. A very high percentage of our graduates are now employed in the industry, both in New Zealand and overseas.
Degree level study
The Bachelor of Screen Arts is a three year full-time programme in the exciting arena where creative arts meet digital technology. The programme allows students to specialise in either digital film or animation. A wide range of subjects is covered, including digital film production, editing, screenwriting, 2D and 3D animation, stop motion, motion graphics, and business and legal skills.
Skills to adapt and evolve
The programme aims to give you not only solid technical skills, but also to expand your creative skills and to give you the ability to adapt in a rapidly changing industry. Skills in storytelling, critical thinking, and composing images are enduring, irrespective of future technology. While the technical side is an important part of the programme, the primary focus is on bringing creative ideas to life.