Monthly Archives: November 2010

It’s Official: The Neptune is Closing

This just in. “We will cease operation of the Neptune in February 2011. It saddens us to leave this historical landmark in Seattle.” – Ted Mundorff, Chief Executive Officer of Landmark Theatres

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What if the only place to see movies in Seattle was the Meridian 16?

Seems like it’s all bad news for smaller/indie cinemas these days. But here’s one you can still do something about: Seems that Seattle is experiencing an epidemic of small movie theater closings. The Uptown, The Neptune (maybe!), and maybe old … Continue reading

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The perfect gift, courtesy of Northwest Film Forum

For the perfect gift for all the cinephiles on your list, take a gander at these holiday specials: Northwest Film Forum Holiday Gift Certificate Available only through December 31, 2010 Purchase an $18 gift certificate for just $12.  Good for … Continue reading

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“Little Dizzle” On DVD For the Holidays!

  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PRESS RELEASE “The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle” On DVD For the Holidays!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ IT’S A MIRACLE! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SPECIAL DELIVERY DECEMBER 14 FROM TRIBECA FILM AND NEW VIDEO “Like Clerks reimagined by William S. Burroughs…” – The New York … Continue reading

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Bambi

A couple of days ago The New York Times ran an obituary on Lawrencia “Bambi” Bembenek. She became a bit of a tabloid sensation in the late 80s and early 90s for being implicated and found guilty of the murder … Continue reading

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Hitchcock Masterpiece class postponed

Fellow classmates!  Tonight’s Hitchcock Masterpieces class has been postponed.  We will meet again next Tuesday to discuss  North by Northwest, and the class will now go until December 14 to make up the missed date. (PS.  Don’t forget to catch … Continue reading

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Film challenge screenings – and your next obstruction

Northwest Film Forum’s film challenges are a great way to improve your filmmaking skills, think creatively and meet new people!  Come see the results of our latest Pocket Film Challenge, or try your hand at this winter’s challenge.   Pocket … Continue reading

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Oops…

Theater Shows Children ‘Saw 3D’ Instead Of Cartoon November 19, 2010 An audience in Revere, Mass., bought tickets for the cartoon movie Megamind. Parents thought it strange when the previews promoted R-rated films. When the feature started, it was actually … Continue reading

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The Art of (discounted) Living

Hooray!  The Seattle Art Museum has graciously extended their member discount to Film Forum members for the upcoming Otto Preminger series, The Art of Living (beginning January 6). (Helpful hint: Series passes make a great gift!) The Art of Living: … Continue reading

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Winter workshops (including the latest Required Viewing)

Explore filmmaking by doing it!  Northwest Film Forum offers a wide range of classes and workshops that can be taken at whatever pace you prefer. Whether you are new to the art and plan to plunge into filmmaking as a … Continue reading

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