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For all you cash-strapped film lovers who want to see what your friends have been up to, well you are in luck. Tonight’s film challenge screenings will be free for everyone! SOUND FIRST FILM CHALLENGE Thursday, Feb 24 at 8PM … Continue reading
Pocket Film Challenge Deadline is November 8 Northwest Film Forum announces our latest obstruction for the frisky filmmaker: The Pocket Film Challenge-a small screen, big picture experience. Filmmakers are asked to use mobile phones to shoot and edit three-minute, one-take … Continue reading
Check out our latest filmmaking challenge! These challenges are a great way for you to expand your skills, try something new, meet new people, and see other’s work on the big screen. Pocket Film Challenge Deadline is November 8 Northwest … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who came out for the “Silence is Golden” film challenge on Saturday. I had such a blast. And I could tell excitement was already building for the next challenge, and that everyone there was ready to try … Continue reading
Pics now up at Flickr. And if this wasn’t a risky enough challenge, there’s always NWFF’s DRY HUMP! in September: Entry deadline is September 26 – Films screen during Local Sightings Film Festival In response to The Stranger’s annual skin-and-fluids … Continue reading