Nocturnal Emissions Live-ish [Online]

Thu Apr 09: 7.30pm – Sun Apr 12: 11.59pm PDT

Sliding scale admission: $0–25

Please pay what you can; proceeds support Nocturnal Emissions and our move to a virtual platform!

Showtime listed is Pacific Daylight Time.



Northwest Film Forum is SCREENING ONLINE! NWFF’s physical space is temporarily closed in light of public health concerns around COVID-19, but community, dialogue, and education through media arts WILL persist.

• • HOW TO WATCH • •

  • Purchase a ticket through Brown Paper Tickets.
  • Your email receipt from Brown Paper Tickets will contain a link and password for viewing, under “Ticket Details”. (Don’t see it? Check your spam filter.) The password will expire at midnight PST on the last date of the screening.
  • If you encounter any issues logging in, please contact for a quick follow-up. (But please, check your confirmation email!)



Unstoppable by any force in nature, NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS rises!

In this dark and strange new time we live in, the live show has gone on hiatus but FEAR NOT because we have a unique treat planned just for you! Join your faithful host, Isabella L. Price in a one of a kind show, coming through the miracle of technology and necromancy directly to your living room!

Tune in for a phantasmagoria of light and sound to aid your frazzled nerves, including a presentation of short horror movies, strange clips from all over the internet, past performances by our honored guests, and (most importantly) a very special appearance by your host! This is your chance to taste what fun we’ve been having at Northwest Film Forum for several months now and satiate your desires until Nocturnal Emissions Live can return again.

Program highlights from Local Sightings After Dark 2019:

Tony Eats a Shrimp

Tony Eats a Shrimp

(David Wester, Portland, OR, 10 min)

When Tony sits down to enjoy some shrimp, he finds himself in a vexing situation.
Most Steps Ever

Most Steps Ever

(Nesib CB Shamah & James Allen Smith, Seattle, WA, 4 min)

On her usual jog, a woman finds herself participating in an unexpected workout routine.

The Sound

The Sound

(Katrina Brede + Jason Connelly, Seattle, WA, 7 min)

A dysfunctional father and child discover that the answer to their estrangement comes from deep, dark sources.

A modern browser is required to view this site.

Please update your browser.

Northwest Film Forum
1515 12th Ave,

Seattle, WA 98122

206 329 2629

Notify me when new films, events, and workshops are coming up!