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Monthly Archives: April 2010
Full review here: Movies | ‘Soundtrack for a Revolution’: a powerful mix of music, civil-rights history | Seattle Times Newspaper. “Soundrack” plays Northwest Film Forum April 30-May 5.
Are you a Hotmail user who is wondering why you haven’t received any email announcements from Northwest Film Forum in a while? Well it turns out that there is an issue between our email provider, Speakeasy, and Microsoft that is … Continue reading
Our summer 2010 calendar is now available for your viewing pleasure online! Expect a few other exciting additions as well, as we finalize our late May-August lineup. This summer can be summed with “music, music, music” and “guests, guests, guests.” … Continue reading
And for all film lovers in Seattle: The Cinema Rides Again Hooray we did it. Or rather you did it. The world’s longest rent party just keeps happening. We paid the rent and we’re half way to our goal of … Continue reading
Now that “The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle” has been picked up for distribution by the new Tribeca Films, seeing the film has become much easier! Northwest Film Forum is pleased to announce that we will be presenting the Northwest … Continue reading
Below are some notes on Elia Kazan’s 1960 film WILD RIVER, which we open this Friday in a newly restored 35mm print. The working titles for this film were Mud on the Stars, Time and Tide, The Swift Season and … Continue reading
While the year in film for most people starts in January, Cannes’ May opening usually marks the beginning for those of us in the programming world. Today festival organizer’s began the two-week process of unveiling their line-up and thus far … Continue reading
Congrats go out to Longhouse Media Executive Director Tracy Rector. Her short film UNRESERVED: THE WORK OF LOUIE GONG is on its way to Cannes!
Submit Your Work to the Concert Film Challenge Screening is May 18 at 8pm Deadline is May 4 Seattle is a haven for live music, and Northwest Film Forum is the home for many concert films that pass through our … Continue reading
It was a very busy weekend here at the Film Forum, with the popular Visual Music playing against the Herzog/Lynch curiosity My Son My Son What Have Ye Done. Though we were excited by the great turnout, we weren’t pleased … Continue reading