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Monthly Archives: October 2008
Please note our Election Evening Extravaganza starts at 6pm, not 8pm! You can catch the national results AND the local numbers as they come in, on our two giant cinema screens. More info here.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to view the work of rising stars working in the video art world of modern Russia – brought to us personally by Olga Tatosiyan, an artist-in-residence at NWFF and art curator from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. … Continue reading
With all the Halloween festivities going on, you might have missed this exciting event coming up on Sunday and Monday at Benaroya Hall (put on by Music of Remembrance): Fall 2008 Concert: The Golem Sunday, Nov 2, 4:00 p.m Monday, … Continue reading
For those who missed our broadcast tonight.
FIRST, RYAN CAME UP WITH THE GROOVY TITLE. (OBVIOUSLY, SHE IS A BETTER WRITER THAN I AM!) SECOND, I AM WRITING THIS WHILE SUFFERING FROM SLEEP DEPRIVATION–YOU WERE WARNED, THOUGH IT SHOULD MAKE IT A LOT MORE SCARY!) MOVIES THAT … Continue reading
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IN HONOR OF THE 13TH ANNUAL LESBIAN & GAY FILM FESTIVAL, A SMALL OFFERING, “WHAT LESBIANS HAVE MEANT TO ME” BY NORMABATES666
One night, unable to sleep, I got to thinking about all my gay friends, and how they had influenced my life. Having been a fag hag for quite some time now, I thought to begin at the beginning of my … Continue reading
Fest financing is hand-to-mouth,” says fest vet Christian Gaines, now director of festivals for the web resource Withoutabox. “While you have to appear optimistic and forward-thinking, the thought of raising money keeps you up at night. It’s completely unpredictable.” Gaines … Continue reading
As you figure out where you want to spend your November 4, make sure to put NWFF on the list. We’ll be working with Strawberry Theatre Workshop to turn NWFF into the epicenter of election information, complete with major network … Continue reading
More information about the festival here