Monthly Archives: August 2007

Bike-In Photos

At the August 29th 2nd Annual Bike-In, we will be premiering the first-ever collaboratively made bicycle feature film. A crew of NWFF staff, volunteers, members, and their children participated in producing a NWFF portion a couple Saturdays back.  Since today … Continue reading

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THE FILM PRAYER

This came from Kasandra O’Connell, Head of the Irish Film Archive today. They’re trying to find the author. Let us know if you know anything about it. THE FILM PRAYER I AM FILM, not steel; O user, have mercy. I … Continue reading

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This is not a just image, it is just an image

The Eastman Kodak slide projector, the company’s most successful product ever, that magical box of light and lens that turned snapshots into tools of family bonding, passed into history one September night in Rochester, NY back in 2004. It was … Continue reading

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BAMAKO and African Cinema in Seattle

“For some reason, African films don’t tend to attract much of a local audience—it’s no wonder more don’t come our way. That may not be reason enough to see Bamako, but it’s worth considering, and it’s impossible not to be … Continue reading

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Trailer for 2008 Children’s Film Festival

Adorable!

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Among the living…

In the wake of my controversial posting about Bergman’s death and the end of the auteur, today I happened to stumble across a fascinating list, “a necessarily selective survey of over 250 directors from around the world, all of whom … Continue reading

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More I Pity The Fool

If Luke’s amazing blog interview with Brent Coughenour didn’t catch your attention, there’s another one over at Siffblog. If you’ve ever wondered what the future of American cities looks like, well Brent Coughenour’s I PITY THE FOOL just might be … Continue reading

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Vanishing Ruins: An Interview with Filmmaker Brent Coughenour

Greetings. My name’s Luke. I’m one of the co-curators of the monthly Third Eye Cinema series at the Northwest Film Forum. On Tuesday, August 7th, 8pm, Third Eye presents experimental film & video artist Brent Coughenour’s portrait of the city … Continue reading

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