September 28th at 9 PM
Distance and intimacy, life and death, and where these intersect.
Featuring: Everyday Magic
Adam Sekuler - Seattle, WA - 19 min
Sekuler's locked-down camera captures intimate moments of a daily routine, providing an intimate observational piece on bodies and space.
Linda Fenstermaker - Seattle, WA - 10 min
Through overlapping layers of film, Abandoned Generations tells the story of a female farmer living in the 1940s and the distance modern generations have placed between themselves and the land they live on.
Am I Being Clear?
Anna Firth - Olympia, WA - 5 min
Illustrated in the form of fable, this film uses layers of clear materials to show just how muddled our idea of clarity really is.
Reed O'Bierne - Seattle, WA - 4 min
A woman ruminates on the meaning of self, confronting her own image through movement and dance.
Abbey Sacks - Kirkland, WA - 2 min
Exploring the intersections of car crashes and human experience, this experimental film uses dance poetry to ask what it means to accept one's self.
Notes from the Farm
Caryn Cline - Seattle, WA - 7 min
Interweaving "botanicollage" film, scenes of the countryside, and a jazz soundtrack, Notes from the Farm investigates the juxtapositions of urban and rural life.
Frontier Journals 03: Aztec Baldwin Collage
Georg Koszulinski - Seattle, WA - 10 min
Found in the Mission District of San Francisco, Craig Baldwin pieces together bits of found footage, creating works that criticize and condemn the colonization of the American frontier.
Hayley Park - Seattle, WA - 8 min
The proof of existence by witness and the role of the indifferent gaze in the cycle of violence.
Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122