Celebrate the work of the six recipients of Collective Power Fund’s Artist Development Grant: Mohamed Abdullahi, Kamari Bright, Lauren Du Pree, Ruth Kazmerzak, Yewon Kwon, and Lex Marcos. Limited art engagement June 15–18 & June 22–25 at King Street Station, by appointment only!Register
Every summer, Northwest Film Forum offers camps for youth to get hands-on with the art and craft of film and media making and to develop their creativity and voice. Summer Youth Filmmaking Camps and Programs will be offered online and in person in 2021. Summer camps will begin June 21st and run through August.Register
*FREE!* An 85-minute virtual program of seven short films directed by Indigenous filmmakers selected from recent editions of the Sundance Film Festival.Details
Rest in Peace, Bill Kennedy: The Forum’s Most Frequent, Joyous, and Devoted Member
Photo at top by Cris Munson.
We woke up this morning to the difficult news that William Kennedy, NWFF’s dear friend and sweetest, most consistent, and dedicated member, had passed. It’s hard to imagine reopening after our pandemic closure without him. If one were drawing one of our cinemas from memory, it would be incomplete without a little Bill figure in one of the front few rows.
From Managing Director Chris Day:
Bill has been, unarguably, t…