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Monthly Archives: March 2010
[youtube="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9Q2DFms1tA"] STILL BILL – Wednesday, March 31 at 8pm Seattle Premiere Sponsored by KBCS 91.3FM and Jive Time Records Soul music legend Bill Withers was an undersized, asthmatic, stuttering child from the small town of Slab Fork, West Virginia. After … Continue reading
Am I the only one who doesn’t get this whole 3D craze? I work at a non-profit independent film center, so maybe that counts my opinion out from the start, but overblown and boring plot aside, I just don’t see … Continue reading
Film Forum members rejoice. Though our program director Adam Sekuler was unable to host this quarter’s free discussion after Warsaw Bridge on Monday, March 29, film professor and critic Dennis West has stepped in to fill his shoes. Warsaw Bridge … Continue reading
David Russo and Tania Raymonde at the Tribeca announcement party. Marshall Allman and Tania Raymonde Editor Billy McMillin, Actor Marshall Allman, Producer Peggy Case, Co-Executive Producer David Glickman – photo by Meghan Noone Actress Tania Raymonde & Producer Peggy Case … Continue reading
Congrats to Director David Russo and everyone who has been a part of this amazing production! FROM: TRIBECA FILM 375 Greenwich Street New York, NY Contact: Rubenstein Communications, Inc. Dade Hayes: (212) 843-8022 or email@example.com Sharleen Valentin: (212) 843-9327 or … Continue reading
Northwest Film Forum has been happy to be partner with the ever-expanding CapitolHillSeattle.com blog. Those guys are always thinking of bigger and better ways to support the Capitol Hill community. And now there’s this! Join the Capitol Hill Marketplace: The … Continue reading
Tickets are on the move for this one – I suggest you get yours now. Northwest Film Forum and AmyO/tinyrage are proud to present “too“, the second live performance in the inaugural season of “Live at the Film Forum,” a … Continue reading
There are some great reviews for October Country coming in from the Seattle press this week, but somehow they missed that the documentary’s directors, Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher, will be at the screenings this Friday & Saturday! This is … Continue reading
Check out this tête-à-tête going on between the Village Voice’s J. Hoberman and New York Press’ Armond White. Is the profession on the verge or a reality television show? We all knew it would come to this.