Friday, June 1st
SPACEBOAT TV - Hosted by Spaceboat.
The Experience Music Project in the Sky Church. 8pm - 11pm. $7.00
An evening of Seattle MicroCinema, Sound and CyberCulture. 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. Featuring the music of: KINSKI, VOYAGER ONE and CLIMAX GOLDEN TWINS
Starring: 3-D Ted Grudowski, 911 Media Arts, AEDigital Media Networks, Da Luminance Key, dzigafilmsyndicate, ElectroHead Radio Field Station, Emerald Reels, Exit-Productions, Galaxaco, Independent Exposure, Microcinema, NW Film Forum, Projectorhead, Seattle Underground Film Festival, Shenanigan Films, Shining Moment Cinema, strange mind films, and ZanVisual.
Sponsored by Wall of Sound Records
Friday, June 1st - June 14th
The Grand Illusion Cinema, 1403 NE 50th St. at University Way
sponsored by: The Northwest Film Forum & the Seattle Underground Film Festival. info: 206-523-3935
A RETROSPECTIVE OF TROMATIC CINEMA $7.00 ($4.50 NWFF Members)
The doggedly defiant schlockmeisters of Troma Films, one of the oldest and most successful independent movie studios, have survived to become the model distribution and production company for cult entertainment. Troma Films (TERROR FIRMER, TOXIC AVENGER, TROMEO & JULIET, KILLER CONDOM) has filled late night movie screens and video aisles since the early 70’s. The Northwest Film Forum presents a twenty-five year retrospective of Troma’s influentially un-PC, raunchy, and cartoonish hits at Seattle’s longest running independent movie theatre, the Grand Illusion Cinema.
Saturday, June 2nd
CINEMA ROCKS II. Tune up and Focus. Hosted by 911 Media Arts.
911 Media Center. 9pm. $7 / $5 (911 members) 21+ only!
For all you lovers of the rock, we kindly bring to you the second installment of powerhouse music and supersized imagery. It’s CINEMA ROCKS! An evening where film and music make sweet love. Handpicked, homegrown films will slap you on the hand and kiss you in the face throughout the night. And leading the auditory revolution will be none other than Seattle darlings AUTOMATON. So grab a beer, and come down for this celebration of loud film and anti-career advancement.
Friday, June 8th
REEL GRRLS FINAL SCREENING. Hosted by 911 Media Arts.
911 Media Center. 8pm. $4 / $2 (911 members)
911’s Reel Grrls program has teamed up professional women media makers with lady teens to create videos that deconstruct stereotypical images of women in the media. Come see the culmination of this extensive project with an evening of provocative videos by and about outspoken teenage girls from Seattle. Come support the work of this diverse group of emerging neo-feminist media makers!
Sunday, June 10th
Satellites 2001 Party. Hosted by the Alibi Room.
The Alibi Room. 8PM. FREE. In the Pike Place Market, downstairs in Post Alley. phone: 206.623.3180. Must be 21+
Alibi provides the snacks. Cash Bar.
Tuesday June 12th
Distinguishing Features Series. Hosted by The Warren Report.
Seattle Art Museum. 7:30pm. $7.00
STILL DOING THE SAFETY DANCE (dir. Dan White). The Air Apparents reunite for one last shot at the trophy. The lip-sync band is mocked hilariously and mercilessly in this frolic that crosses Milli Vanilli with SPINAL TAP. (Screening will be followed by a surprise, live performance!)
Wednesday, June 13th
Classroom Classics. Hosted by The Seattle Underground Film Festival (SUFF).
Outdoors at Linda’s Tavern. Dusk. (Weather permitting) FREE. Must be 21+.
An Incredible 2-hour program of those wonderful 16mm films they used to try to brainwash us with in school. The films, spanning 1955-1982 are about everything from Playground Safety to Angel Dust. Shown as part of the 7th annual Linda’s Summer Movies Series
Thursday, June 14th
Jack Strange, Literary Hero, Premiere Party. Hosted by Shenanigan Films.
Sit and Spin. 8PM, $7.00. Must be 21+
Jack Strange, Literary Hero is the story of a novelist who loses his words and must butt-heads with the ghosts of dead literature to get them back. Stars Michael White, Jessica Roberts and Maya Sugarman with some direction by Dave Hanagan. Plays with "Go, Swing Daddy!" (25min) Directed by Dave Hanagan.
Afterwards, the silver screen's colorful spectacles will be replaced by the luscious soundscapes of Seattle's rock sirens, Sinforosa.
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