Northwest Film Forum & Abramorama Announce The Seventh Art Stand
RAMIN BAHRANI, JONATHAN DEMME, WOODY HARRELSON, JOHN TURTURRO, STEVE BUSCEMI, AND DEBRA WINGER AMONG THE MANY TO SUPPORT
THE SEVENTH ART STAND – MAY 2017
20th Local Sightings Film Festival Call for Entries Now Open!
Northwest Film Forum is now accepting entries for the 20th Local Sightings Film Festival (September 22 – 30, 2017). Deadline: June 13th, 2017
Moonlight director Barry Jenkins's roots with Northwest Film Forum
Artists Speak Up
Northwest Film Forum to Receive $35,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
Cue Northwest Puget Soundtrack Residency Announced
Meetup for a Cause - Resources
Last month, Northwest Film Forum held a community event called Meet Up For a Cause: Filmmakers and Grassroots. Thank you to all those who came out to show their support and share their ideas on how to impact social change through video production.
After reading through the event's Facebook responses, we see that many people are looking to work with non-profits but are running into problems with appropriate compensation, budgeting time and communicating their vision. Attached via PDF and linked below are some resources to address those concerns.
A podcast by two humanitarian photographers on their approach to building a non-profits cliental: www.ngostorytelling.com/2017/01/12/podcast-1-how-we-get-work-as-humanitarian-photographers (check out the rest of this website for more helpful tips)
An article on non-profit budgeting for photography and videography: nppa.org/page/nonprofits-its-not-about-free-anymore
Announcing the Space Access service!
August Renovations Announcement
August 22, 2016: Update
Northwest Film Forum continues to remodel our venue to improve your experience in our venue. The theater opens again on August 24th for Wedding Doll at 8pm with limited concessions as we continue to install the new box office counter.
Renovations include expanding the lobby, building a new box office, launching faster POS stations, installing sound-proofed doors in the cinemas, and making improvements to the exterior of the building in preparation for a new awning in the fall.
- Equipment rental, venue rental, and the edit suite remain on break. Take this short survey to help us improve these services.
- Please check the website calendar for up-to-date showtimes.
Please refer to this page for further updates. We thank you for your patience during the renovations period. We can't wait to unveil the new and improved Film Forum!
Check our Facebook for photos and video of the remodeling in progress!
Renovations made possible with support from 4Culture, the Office of Arts & Culture, and the Garneau-Nicon Family Foundation
Cue Northwest Music Residency
Vote for the next Puget Soundtrack film!
Northwest Film Forum and Brick Lane Records are offering a $2,000 residency for a Northwest band/musician to develop a Puget Soundtrack (live score) for a film. For this special edition of the Forum’s popular live score series, the film will be selected by YOU, the voting public! Once the winning film is determined through a public vote, musicians will be invited to submit their music for consideration for the residency.
The vote is between the following films:
- Belladonna of Sadness
- La Haîne
- Holy Mountain
Judges for the music residency: Sharlese Metcalf (KEXP/DJ), Erik Blood (Musician/Producer), Kelton Sears (Music Editor for Seattle Weekly), Susan Maughlin Wood (Seattle Composers Alliance)
Watch this video to find out more about the film choices, then vote! Voting closes July 28.
CLICK HERE when you're ready to vote!
Puget Soundtrack is a series of live score commissions presented by Northwest Film Forum. Past editions have been performed by: Kingdom of the Holy Sun, Vox Mod, Cabana, Cock & Swan, Newaxeyes, Tim Held and Dave West, Ahamefule Oluo, Madeleine Cocolas, Lori Goldston, Ecstatic Cosmic Union, Erin Jorgensen. Upcoming Puget Soundtracks include Lazer Kitty and Fungal Abyss.
More info about Puget Soundtrack
More info about Cue Northwest
Northwest Film Forum Announces New Executive Director
Signaling commitment to the fresh energy Courtney Sheehan has infused into Northwest Film Forum as Artistic Director, the Board of Directors announces Sheehan as the new Executive Director of Seattle’s most comprehensive film arts organization. Over the last two and a half years, as Program Director and then as Artistic Director, Sheehan increased box office and ramped up audience engagement through compelling curation, partnerships and live events. As Executive Director, she will guide vision and strategy by overseeing artistic programs and services, operations, finances, and fundraising activities.