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Womxn on the Verge (Shorts Program)
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Womxn on the Verge (Shorts Program)
Sat Sep 29: 6:00 PM

Festival - Local Sightings Film Festival 2018: Short Films

From the enormity of everyday moments to the sci-fi spectacular, these shorts show that womxns stories tell larger truths about our world.

(Tessa Ribitsch,Portland, OR, 2017 10 min)

A young woman goes to the gynecologist to have an IUD inserted. But when this typically minor procedure begins to go wrong, her doctors medical sensitivity disappears off the table. Based on a true story.

The Roundhouse
(Theresa Warbus, Vancouver, BC, 2017,10 min)

Liya, a young Aboriginal woman, feels conflicted about her identity. This inner tension comes to a head when she is invited to a school party on the night of a big pow-wow and must choose between her social life and her traditional culture.

Lovely Legs
(Abbey Thompson, Vancouver WA, 2017, 10 min)

A desperate man takes his robot girlfriend to the woods to spend their last moments together.

(Emily Laue, Portland, OR, 2018, 18 min)

An independent woman is forced to confront her own vulnerabilities when a solitary hike takes a frightening turn.

The Curse
(Danny Tayara, Seattle, WA, 2017, 3 min)

Jesses got a date, but its leak week They cant seem to catch a break

Whiskey Skate Burger Swim
(Abbey Sacks, Kirkland, WA, 2018, 23 min)

A queer love story about two loners whos individual passions bring them together at a time when they both most need it.

Mother Tongue
(Yeni Sleidi, Seattle, WA, 2018, 7 min)

Lucia has to help her immigrant mother navigate life in a country where she barely speaks the language, but a violent burst of xenophobia demonstrates that daily struggles for an immigrant go far beyond wading through bureaucracy.

We Have Our Ways
(Dawn Jones Redstone, Portland, OR, 2017 16 min)

In a dystopian near-future, a young woman of color feels trapped in her job at a corporate healthcare call system. Called to action by the desperation of the people the corporation she works for is neglecting, she begins to look for ways use her position to help people in need, including her cousin whos in need of an illegal abortion


Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States




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