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Northwest Tracking

  • June 29, 2017 — August 23, 2017

Northwest Tracking programs showcase the work of independent filmmakers living and working in the Northwest—Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington—whose work reflects the vibrant cinematic culture of the region. Whether presenting single artist retrospectives, new features, documentaries, or inspired collections of short works, Northwest Tracking offers testimony to the creativity and talent in our flourishing media arts community. Northwest Tracking is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Sat, Nov 4

Shut Up Anthony

Directed by Kyle Eaton

Anthony just lost his job and girlfriend. Rather than mope around, he takes to the woods to find peace in

Fading Landscapes: The Films of Linda Fenstermaker

Directed by Linda Fenstermaker

Working primarily in 16mm and Super 8mm film, experimental Seattle filmmaker Linda Fenstermaker explores the interactions and relationships between body

Graphic Means: A History of Graphic Design Production

Directed by Briar Levit

It’s been roughly 30 years since the desktop computer revolutionized the way the graphic design industry works. For decades before

Mixed Match

Directed by Jeff Chiba Stearns

The multiracial community is fast becoming one of the largest demographics in North America. A special dilemma has arisen with

Movement and Flow: Portland Dance Films

Directed by Conrad Kazcor, Fuchsia Lin, Dylan Wilbur Media, Gabriel Shalom, Jackie Davis, Amy Yang Chiao

Tonight’s program features six Portland-made films featuring dance and movement. Conrad Kazcor’s We’re From Here (2015, 18 mins.) documents three

The Triangle

Directed by Adam Stillwall, Adam Pitman, David Blair, Nathaniel Peterson, Andrew Rizzo

This Montana-made collaboration between five filmmakers is a fascinating experiment in method filmmaking—a mystery-thriller-horror-documentary that rides an enigmatic line between

Vernacular Viewings with Robert Sickels

Directed by Robert Sickels

Tonight we welcome Walla Walla filmmaker Robert Sickels, whose short documentaries, while focused on life in the Eastern Washington community