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Monthly Archives: February 2011
This morning as I logged into my email from Berlin I found the above letter addressed to the guests of the Berlinale. The Festival is honoring the imprisioned Iranian director with a retrospective of his work. Here’s a translation of … Continue reading
Producer’s Happy Hour Masterclass with Jennifer Roth Wednesday, February 16, 5-7pm Instructor: Jennifer Roth Admission: $6/WigglyWorld members, $9/general Max Attendance: 50 Sometimes the best filmmaking decisions are made because of limited financial and logistical resources. Particularly in the micro-budget film … Continue reading
So I’m a tad bit late to the game announcing the winners of the Rotterdam Film Festival, and most of that has to do with the fact that I’ve been cavorting in Europe, visiting film institutions (Latvian Film Center) and … Continue reading
The 12-member Children’s Jury of Children’s Film Festival Seattle has spoken! After watching more than 40 films in competition, the jurors announced the following prizes at the Closing Ceremony of the festival held at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 6. … Continue reading
Are you ready? WAVELENGTH (1967) brand new print, original 16mm format plus: his short film, Breakfast (1976) Wednesday, February 9 8:00 PM only Northwest Film Forum 1515 12th Ave. – on Capitol Hill, between Pike and Pine. Advance tickets available … Continue reading
I have! Have a listen to some of the sound clips and see what inspires you: Sound First Film Challenge One of the key elements of any good movie is its sound design and mix. It is an element that … Continue reading