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: October 2011
…and we’d gladly accept your membership or donation! Here’s why you should consider supporting what the Seattle Weekly called “the best movie theatre in Seattle”, from Executive Director Lyall Bush: Any day or night at the Film Forum… Just about … Continue reading
Tell us what movie this costume is inspired by and we’ll give you 2 tickets to The Oregonian (playing November 5 and 12). Send your guesses to ryan @ nwfilmforum . org. Thanks Amber!
On the occasion of this Halloween weekend, I thought it was fitting to start a little rumor mongering. Last weekend I took a haunted tour of Pike Place Market, which included a lengthy stop to discuss Dr. Linda Hazzard and … Continue reading
It has become standard practice for us to put up a series of links on new filmmakers who were highlighting with career retrospectives. The latest is the outstanding new voice from Canada Denis Côté. His work employs a balance of … Continue reading
THE OREGONIAN Saturday, Oct 29 at 11:00PM (also playing Nov 5 and 12) The Oregonian’s protagonist, a woman waking up from a car crash on a deserted road, has an important journey ahead of her. Using surrealism, 70s shock horror … Continue reading
Join our team and help shape how we manager our volunteer corps! Apply for the Volunteer Coordinator Internship. Read all about it over at Idealist>> Applications are due by November 1.
Annual Member Meeting Wednesday, October 26 at 6pm Members, join us as we vote on board members, discuss the state of the organization and local filmmaking, network with other filmmakers & film lovers, and enjoy a drink. This is your … Continue reading
Octubre, the first feature film by filmmaking brothers, David and Diego Vega Vidal was the winner at Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2010. Their darkly comic humanism falls into Latin American film traditions, but is informed by their unique … Continue reading
Congratulations to this year’s Local Sightings Award Winners. Portland’s Ted Davee, director of How the Fire Fell, winner of our $1000 feature film prize. How The Fire Fell will also get a full week’s run at Northwest Film Forum. Seattle’s … Continue reading
Northwest Film Forum is proud to announce the first recipient of our Northwest Film Fund: Off Label by Portland-based directors Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher. The winners receive a check for $11,000 along with a package of post-production services. The film is … Continue reading