Opening Night Schedule
Friday April 9th
8pm - 1am
Jewel Box Theater
2320 2nd Ave.
(206) 441-5823 | $6 (21+)
Returns to Seattle for a 9th season to present a selection of short films
programmed by Microcinema International. (click here for the full IE schedule.)
Riffs on martial arts programmed
by Wes Kim, Director of Northwest Asian American Film Festival 2004.
F. Chong Rutherford
An experimental kung-fu-comedy tribute to the films of the Shaw Brothers
and Yuen Woo Ping.
Tran Quoc Bao
Carmen's Virtue 27:00
Carmen witnesses a kidnapping and seeks comfort from her less-than-willing
Why it's a Good Thing 3:00
...that not all Asians know martial arts.
A film by Kenny Reed shot on Utah's Great Salt Flats.
Burned By The Sun 7:00
A film by Blake Panton & Ted Grudowski shot in 3D on the Hanford
Nuclear Reservation. Music by Greg Bowman and Scott Noegel.
Valley Of Burning (Gai Hinnom) 5:00
A film by Ted Grudowski & Blake Panton shot in 3D on the Hanford
Nuclear Reservation. Music by Robin Guthrie (from Cocteau Twins).
The Now Device
Immersive visual projections from former members of Spaceboat.tv with manipulated electronic music provided by NDCV.
SOFT (from Kyoto, Japan)
High-speed, slow-motion music combined with The Now Device's scratch cinema
-- resulting in what Shimizu, SOFT's altruistic guitar player, describes as:
"Moments of looking-up through dry winter air there lies Mt. Fuji...going between this place and that."
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