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June 13, 2013 – August 28, 2013

The ongoing Northwest Tracking series focuses a spotlight on the work of independent filmmakers living across the Northwest—Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington—whose work reflects the vibrant cinematic culture of the region.

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An Evening with the Whiteman Brothers

Directed by Sean Whiteman, Christof Whiteman

VISITING ARTISTS—Sean and Christof Whiteman are brothers who have been making smart and irreverent short and feature–length comedies for over


Directed by Megan Griffiths

VISITING ARTIST—Independent feature filmmaking in Seattle is flourishing, led by filmmakers like Megan Griffiths (THE OFF HOURS) who are finding

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Factory of One

Directed by Sage Eaton

VISITING ARTIST—Co-owner of Keen Motion Pictures in Portland, Sage Eaton is dedicated to telling stories about the people who live

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Killing Me

VISITING ARTIST—Eugene filmmaker Henry Weintraub’s (THE DARKEST CORNER OF PARADISE) new feature follows fame-obsessed Aaron Schwartz, who has finally figured

Rock N Roll Mamas

Directed by Jackie Weissman

VISITING ARTIST—Over the course of six years, Jackie Weissman brought her camera into the lives of three indie rockers who

Stress Position

Directed by A.J. Bond

VISITING ARTIST—“How bad could it be?” Inspired by a flippant remark about the treatment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, British

Survival Prayer

Directed by Benjamin Greené

VISITING ARTIST—In the past century in Haida Gwaii (British Columbia’s Queen Charlotte Islands), commercial logging, over-fishing, and invasive species have

We Grew Wings

Directed by Erich Lyttle, Sarah Henderson

VISITING ARTISTS—While the celebrated University of Oregon men’s track and field team dominated the spotlight, the women’s track program in