Ruth Hayes | Olympia, WA | 3 min
A three screen exploration of common word roots, letterpress printed on 16mm film leader.
Kurtis Hough | Portland, OR | 7 min
A sculptural and painterly look at the geometry of geology.
Welcome to the 5th Facade
Olson Kundig | Seattle, WA | 6 min
After spending decades in cryopreservation, a once deceased man struggles to make sense of a strange and unfamiliar futuristic city.
Rana San and Will Myers | Seattle, WA | 4 min
Some things are better left unsaid.
We Are Fucked: An Environmental Film
Andrew Sobey | Bothell, WA | 11 min
A unique environmental film that interrogates its genre, offering a new formula for structure and content in environmental filmmaking.
Dustin Morrow | Portland, OR | 6 min
Filmed inside a mostly vacant mall, this haunting experimental film is a meditation on capitalism, consumerism and the gradual decline of the American Shopping mall in recent years.
Steve Demas | Seattle, WA | 5 min
A family on a road trip has no idea about the post-apocalyptic world to come in this experimental film that combines original footage with 1950's commercials.
Alex MacKenzie | Vancouver, BC | 6 min
Contrasting refilmed vintage Vancouver tourist bureau promos with original footage, effulgence is an audiovisually meticulous ode to childhood and nature's passing in an urban world.
Anna Firth | Olympia, WA | 6 min
A doorway to the daydreamed home that forms an oneiric portrait of the spaces we occupy when our minds wander.
J.P Schmidt | Seattle, WA | 1 min
PSYCHO PATH is a sensor painting about anxiety, depression, and anger. The questions one will repeat over and over in their head. With strong influences pulling from Japanese Thrash, Punk Rock, and Noise artists.
Fake Bird in a Cage
Amy Enser | Seattle, WA | 2 min
An observational short film showing the life cycle of a wind-up bird in a cage.
Camellia Portraits 1-5
Pam Minty | Portland, OR | 4 min
Stop and smell the camellias.
Jon Behrens | Seattle, WA | 6 min
A woman meanders. Moments in the woods. With optical printing and hand-painted frames, nearly freezing time.
Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122