Hollywood, it's not some mythical place thousands of miles away it's not an inaccessible dream attainable by only the privileged few. Hollywood can be right here right now for anyone. How, through the innovative programs of the Hollywood Institute of Filmmaking International. At HIFI we don't just educate. We teach our students the techniques and skills they need to know in order to get work, earn money, and advance a carier in the film and television industry. What makes HIFI special is our innovative two track program. Our advanced track is designed to enhance the skills of any experienced professional so they can work more and earn more. Our fast track program provides the ambitious beginner an accelerated hands on education in the Hollywood style of filmmaking in a way that allows them to quickly apply their skills. This unique approach not only better serves our students but it greatly broadens our potential market. At HIFI our instructors are not just teachers their executives who have worked at New Regency films and NewLine cinema. They're not just filmmakers they're Oscar winning filmmakers. Our instructors don't just talk about the movies you see, HIFI instructors make the movies you see. Our colleagues and associates at The Directors Guild of America have also agreed to provide the school access, via video conferencing, to some of the finest directors and producers in the world, just tell us what you need and we'll find a unique solution that meets those needs. Currently we're looking for financial partners with vision. We're offering a rare opportunity to partner with the only company that has the unique expertise to train your professionals in a way that will help you produce a higher quality product that will be seen worldwide by a captive audience. Additionally your investment will be helping to change people's lives for the better and will ensure that the next great generation of technicians and storytellers work for you. The Hollywood Institute of Filmmaking International, sharing advanced techniques with tomorrow's filmmakers.