About Northwest Film ForumNorthwest Film Forum is Seattle's premier film arts organization, screening over 200 independently made and classic films annually, offering a year-round schedule of classes for aspiring filmmakers of all ages, and supporting filmmakers at all stages of their careers. The Film Forum brings together a community of individuals dedicated to the best films in Seattle and beyond. You can learn more at nwfilmforum.org.
Monthly Archives: July 2007
BERGMAN DEAD, Now, only Godard is left! And let us not forget: there were giants in those days! More to come….
There’s an excellent review in today’s New York Times of the new film by the directors of THE TRIALS OF DARRYL HUNT, which opens today at NWFF. The new film, another SIFF favorite called THE DEVIL CAME ON HORSEBACK, will … Continue reading
Hey bus riders, Northwest Film Forum has taken the leap to advertising on Metro buses. We are curious to find out if anyone is noticing our posters for Tsars to Stars. Let me know if you have spotted one and … Continue reading
For anyone interested in film history, anything by David Jeffers on Siffblog is a must-read. Today, he’s posted a piece on COSMIC VOYAGE, a silent film that will be showing in our TSARS TO STARS series this Saturday at 7 … Continue reading
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s THE LIVES OF OTHERS is a remarkable film with a remarkable cast. I appreciated the acting, and looked forward to future performances. Although know little about his past career, I was truly saddened to hear this … Continue reading
The burned out timber and peeling paint of rust-belt America (“Where all local aspiring photographers go to cut their teeth,” as noted by Adam Sekuler, recent Pittsburgh tourist) are ripe for a new breed of urban opportunists and reverent reconnaissance. … Continue reading
A great tragedy of the American West is the automobile’s destruction of nearly all the small towns, bringing ugly and sprawl in equal measures. The only towns that seem to have escaped it are those that never grew much, like … Continue reading
Although I have never been around women who use the word pork as a verb (and believe me, I have heard salt if not pork), there is veracity in Brady Hall’s depiction of post-adolescent girldom in his film June & … Continue reading