Hear For It: Pacific Northwest Music Videos
In-person screening at NWFF:
Sep. 24 at 7pm PT
To accommodate evolving public health recommendations regarding COVID-19, we are adopting a hybrid virtual-and-in-person festival model for 2021. VIRTUAL, IN-PERSON, and HYBRID (virtual AND in-person) Festival Passes are available here.
Purchase your ticket through Brown Paper Tickets; come to the show!
You can also purchase a ticket on the day of the screening at Northwest Film Forums box office (1515 12th Ave, Seattle).
If you have purchased a Hybrid or In-Person-Only Festival Pass, well be able to look you up at Will Call by the name you purchased under.
*** Public safety notice ***
NWFF patrons will be required to wear face coverings while in the building. To be admitted, patrons ages 12+ will also be required to present EITHER proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative result from a COVID-19 test administered within the last 48 hours by an official testing facility.
NWFF is adapting to evolving recommendations to protect the public from COVID-19. Read more about their policies regarding cleaning, masks, and capacity limitations at bit.ly/nwffcovidsafety
We reserve the option to shift the festival to virtual-only on short notice.
Festival - Local Sightings Film Festival 2021: Short Film Programs
* This program is co-presented with Harvest House *
New Pacific Northwest music videos, stitched together by the human emotions of loneliness, empowerment, breakthroughs and healing. Encompassing hip-hop, R&B, electronic, folk, choral, and numerous other genres, as well as long-form music videos set to a narrative.
In this program:
Bukky Sky "Obsession"
A singer balances love and heartache in this retro space escapade.
(Hajin Yoo, US, 2021, 4 min)
Golda Sargento "Anino Rebellion"
Anino in Tagalog refers to the rebellion of those cast away into the shadow, set in a dystopian world where music is regulated through recycled old televisions.
(Adda Lee, US, 2021, 5 min)
Nicholas Ogum "Worthless"
A young couple experiences the highs and lows of a toxic relationship.
(Dawson Doupé, Ryder Doupé & Todd Tapper, US, 2020, 3 min)
Dolphin Midwives "Clearing"
Water becomes a symbolic catalyst that makes possible a release from abuse, control, and disempowerment.
(Devin Jane Febbroriello, US, 2021, 3 min)
Nalimu "Love in the Time of Corona"
A young boy finds joy amidst COVID shutdowns in his hometown.
(Cambria Matlow, US, 2020, 3 min)
Livt "SADE TO INFINITY"
Two lovers find solace and joy together in a world that tries to ignore them.
(Bailey Williams, US, 2021, 4 min)
A man takes a restorative walk through his town, taking in the natural surroundings and sounds.
(Ty Minton-Small, US, 2020, 5 min)
Seattle Pro Musica "My Heart Be Brave"
A choir performs together through intricately edited sequences recorded in isolation in their homes.
(Wes Kim, US, 2021, 4 min)
BOjM "CHASSÉ CHASSÉ"
Channeling Marcel Marceau, an aspiring mime goes on a journey through the self and the city.
(Tyler McLeod, Jenn Bojm & Colin Cowan, US, 2021, 4 min)
Friends of Sage "Illegal Teenage Montage"
Teenage angst, friendship, and nostalgia are harmonized in the video for Friends of Sages debut single.
(Emma Josephson, US, 2021, 4 min)
Cody Jordan "Only Thing Defined"
This photographically collaged video explores the themes of struggle, protest, and progress through the lens of American history.
(Cody Jordan, US, 2020, 3 min)
someone I used to know
Told through memories and poetic abstraction, this short film is an empowering take on lost love, heartbreak, and parallel existences.
(Cris Romento, Kayla Windsor, US, 4 min)
Nic Masangkay "STAR"
When the world seems to be falling apart, look for a new star to guide you.
(Stephen Anunson, US, 2021, 4 min)
Campana "Matter of Time"
Adrift in intersecting cycles of daily grind and petty crime, a young Black man does what he must to survive, as those around him do the same. A 24-minute night-in-the-life portrait driven by the music of Seattle artist Campanas album, Matter of Time.
(swimteam, US, 2021, 25 min)
Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122
Ticketing, concessions, cinemas, restrooms, and our public edit lab are located on Northwest Film Forum's ground floor, which is wheelchair accessible. We have a limited number of assistive listening devices available for programs hosted in our larger theater, Cinema 1. These devices are maintained by the Technical Director, and can be requested at the ticketing and concessions counter.
The Forum does NOT have assistive devices for the visually impaired, and is not (yet) a scent-free venue. Our commitment to increasing access for our audiences is ongoing, and we welcome all public input on the subject!
If you have additional specific questions about accessibility at our venue, please contact our Executive Director Vivian Hua at firstname.lastname@example.org