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: January 2010
Check out the latest addition to our winter calendar: In response to current blu-ray screenings of Science Fiction films in Seattle, Northwest Film Forum champions the presentation of classics on their intended format and opens a dialog about the future … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome Brady Rainey as our new House Manager. You might recognize Brady as our current volunteer coordinator. Brady has been involved with the Film Forum as a box office volunteer, projectionist and special events staffer for … Continue reading
Last Thursday’s “Animated Art” program, with films by Webster Crowell, Salise Hughes, Britta Johnson and — among others — Drew Daily got a rave from Seattle Magazine. Check here for the review.
…you attend Rebel Without a Cause with Screenwriter Stewart Stern this Friday! January 15 at 8pm Join us for a special 55th anniversary screening of this classic film, with special introduction by screenwriter Stewart Stern. James Dean achieved iconic status … Continue reading
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Yet another reason not to miss New Brow, which plays this Friday-Sunday at 7 and 9pm: four prominent Seattle residents were interviewed for it! Come watch and look for Marlow Harris, Kirsten Anderson, Charles Krafft and Larry Reid. And if … Continue reading
One of the founders of the influential French New Wave Movement, Eric Rohmer, died today. A French critic and filmmaker, Eric Rohmer directed more than 50 films including Oscar nominated “My Night at Maud’s,” which screened last eyar in our 69 … Continue reading
This just in! “Zoo” Filmmakers Begin Shooting New Documentary on Would-Be Gerald Ford Assassin Sarah Jane Moore Sundance Channel Playing “Zoo” All This Week Prior to Festival After Film Is Named Named One of Top 25 Indie Films of the … Continue reading
I saw Dream of Life at Northwest Film Forum during SIFF 2008 and have been curious about seeing Patti Smith in person ever since. Now’s the time! Link to Seattle Arts & Lectures page PATTI SMITH Benaroya Hall, 7:30 pm … Continue reading
NORTHWEST FILM FORUM PRESENTS Children’s Film Festival Seattle January 22-31, 2010 (with additional screenings for school groups through Feb. 19) Tickets on sale now! View the complete schedule and purchase tickets at www.childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org The largest children’s film festival in the … Continue reading