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Monthly Archives: May 2007
Subject to minor changes, as always, but otherwise the subject says it all! http://www.nwfilmforum.org/cinemas/calendar.php Dive in before you get distracted by SIFF’s upcoming schedule posting.
Friend of the Forum Brenda Bryan will be featured tonight on KING5′s Evening Magazine program. It was not immediately clear to me at what time EM airs, but I’m sure the answer can be found on their website.
Think you can make a found-footage short better than our Mashup mashups? This might be your chance. I just read about this online and thought it might be of interest to our filmmakers. Go forth and mash!
After five years of working behind the window at NWFF, I’m taking a short hiatus to participate in an artist residency in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It’s offered by a facility in Belfast that is pretty similar to the filmmaking/education part … Continue reading
Well, The Mashup is over and I would like to get something off my chest that has been bothering me for a while. It has nothing to do with film but everything to do with running a non-profit in this … Continue reading
Check out these great images from our wild Cavalcade of Cocktails here. Thanks Betsey and mindyandaaron!
BRAND UPON THE BRAIN, which is the filmic result of a visit Guy Maddin made to Nortwhest Film Forum for a retrospective nearly two years ago, finally makes its theatrical debut this week! A marvelous review of the film appears … Continue reading
This LA Weekly article was sent to me a couple weeks ago by our roommates Longhouse Media, and I only now got around to reading it. I wish I had sooner — it’s quite interesting. I particularly like the part … Continue reading
So much loot, so little time left to devise your bidding strategy… Our annual fundraising online auction ends tomorrow, May 3, at 7pm. More info is presented in a nice little pitch on film.com here.
A few years ago I attended a performance at Minneapolis’ gorgeous Southern Theatre by performance artist extrordinaire Cynthia Hopkins called ACCIDENTAL NOSTALGIA. What a piece! Live music, live video, canned video, canned music, techies dancing with the monologuist, an engaging … Continue reading