The independent film industry is sustained by numerous inequities that exclude BIPOC and LGBTQ+ filmmakers from telling their stories, including access to film financing and feasible ways to make a living as a filmmaker. This 90-minute, non-expert-lead, interactive session will center on dismantling industry gatekeeping, disrupting independent film distribution, and empowering BIPOC/LGBTQ+ creators to tell their stories.Register
18 award-winning films selected from the program of the 2020 Social Justice Film Festival - TRANSFORM: Another World Is Possible. Catch them if you missed them the first time around!Learn More
Film can serve as memory, leading us to explore and understand our individual and collective paths, by unearthing histories in deep and meaningful ways. In this panel, filmmakers from around the country provide commentary on using archival footage to tell their own tale of upbringing. Featuring Lynne Sachs, Thérèse Heliczer, Darol Olu Kae, and Alvin Tsang.RSVP
NWFF is Hiring for a Marketing & Outreach Specialist!
Northwest Film Forum (NWFF) is seeking a strategically-minded, engaged, and detail-oriented Marketing & Outreach Specialist who is passionate about NWFF’s mission, vision, and current organizational trajectory.
The candidate will help us develop and implement compelling digital, print, and social media communications timelines and strategies, in a shared team environment. Th…