All Light, Everywhere [In-Person Only]
Fri Oct 08: 7.30pm PDT
Sat Oct 09: 4.30pm PDT, 7.30pm PDT
Sun Oct 10: 4.00pm PDT, 7.00pm PDT
$13 General Admission
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** Winner of the Sundance 2021 Special Jury Prize for Nonfiction Experimentation **
All Light, Everywhere is an exploration of the shared histories of cameras, weapons, policing and justice. As surveillance technologies become a fixture in everyday life, the film interrogates the complexity of an objective point of view, probing the biases inherent in both human perception and the lens.
(Theo Anthony, US, 2021, 105 min, in English)
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Anthony once again excels at synthesizing immense research, weighty ideas, flashes of the surreal, and the oddities of human behavior into an enlightening, entertaining experience. staggering in its expressive yet concise ability to explore a topic as urgent as rampant police violence and excessive surveillance from a strictly technological perspective. Jordan Raup, The Film Stage
traces historical efforts to displace (or even eradicate) human subjectivity when capturing, measuring, and representing the world. Anthonys clear cinematic model is German filmmaker Harun Farockis seminal 1989 Images of the World and the Inscription of War. Laying bare all the human constructs and blind spots that allow images to either speak or remain silent, Images refutes, in its provocative and singular way, any notion of photographic neutrality. Further, it demonstrates how such notions are bound up in existing, and often unjust, structures of power. Lawrence Garcia, AV Club
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.
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