Wednesday, May 23rd
Independent Distribution - A Panel Discussion. Hosted by Northwest Film Forum.
The Little Theater. 8pm $5 / $3 (NWFF/911 members)
Join SearchParty Films, Microcinema's Joel Bachar, Mark Purcell from Amazon.com Advantage and Landmark’s special programmer Ruth Hayler as they discuss the reality of the film/video distribution. Individual questions will be addressed. If you are wondering, "Now what?" this panel is for you.
Thursday, May 24th
Independent Exposure - Satellites Edition. Hosted by Microcinema.
Short films, videos and digital works.
Speakeasy Café Backroom. 7:30pm, $5.00
The Satellites Edition of Microcinema’s popular monthly screening includes short films, videos and digital works from all over the world.
Friday, May 25th
Tiny Picture Club. Hosted by Northwest Film Forum & Emerald Reels
The Little Theater 7 & 9p $7 ($4.50 NWFF Members)
Mad scientist underground filmmakers from Portland dive headlong into the weird, hair-raising, and titillating world of Science Fiction with films about food that fights back, mysterious alien detectives, rollicking space pirates, and lots of aluminum foil. (Twenty short Super8 sci-fi films with live musical performance, 130 min.)
Saturday, May 26th
Super Super 8 2001 World Tour. Hosted by Emerald Reels & NW Film Forum.
The Little Theater. 7 and 9pm. $7 ($4.50 NW Film Forum Members)
A cinematic circus celebrates the beauty of small gauge, DIY filmmaking from around the world in a variety film show incorporating live musical performance, audience sing-a-longs, prizes, bingo, and giveaways. Movies by experimental film mavens Martha Colburn and Greta Snider, Northwest filmmakers Matt McCormick, Rachel Lord, and Reed O’Beirne -- plus international participants from the Netherlands to Singapore. Live music by Ota Prota will accompany some of the films and bingo will be played throughout the evening.
Tuesday, May 29th
Meetspace - Hosted by Spaceboat.
Consolidated Works 8-11PM. $5.00
‘Meetspace’ - a participatory forum on NEW MEDIA CULTURE in Seattle.
Moderated by Sandy Cioffi of Fast Forward Media Lab. With special guests: Brian Wallace of the Bellevue Art Museum, Joel S. Bachar of Microcinema and Reed O’Beirne of Emerald Reels. Musical interludes provided by the JACK WASTE ORCHESTRA. SPACEBOAT TV is a Seattle based community of creation devoted to ‘emergent culture’ specializing in cross-disciplinary work that explores the intersection of art & technology.
Thursday, May 31st
FUCKED IN THE FACE (d. Shawn Durr, 2000). Hosted by Consolidated Works.
Consolidated Works. 8 and 9:30pm. $5.00
A cinematic melding of gay serial killer slasher flicks, FUCKED IN THE FACE is the story of Henry
Normal, a young gay man who is not having a good week.
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