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45th Northwest Filmmakers Festival

October 31-November 5

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2018 On Celluloid

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Sun, Dec 2

Destry Rides Again

Directed by George Marshall

In this vintage Western, the glamourous Marlene Dietrich stars as Frenchy, a dance hall singer and entertainer caught up in

Sun, Dec 2

The Kiss

Directed by Jacques Feyder

By 1929, Greta Garbo had already been under contract at MGM for several years making pictures like Flesh and the

Wed, Dec 5

NorthXNorth: The Short Films of Dan Sokolowski

Directed by Dan Sokolowski

Hailing from Dawson City, Yukon, Dan Sokolowski (Sok Cinema), has produced over 24 shorts, one feature, and is the producer

Thu, Dec 6

Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise

Directed by Robert Mugge

Director Robert Mugge spent two years documenting Sun Ra and members of his jazz Arkestra starting in 1979, capturing ensemble

Sat, Dec 8

The Wicker Man

Directed by Robin Hardy

Named the #4 best horror film of all time by The Guardian, Robin Hardy’s cult artifact The Wicker Man is

Sun, Dec 9

The Blue Angel

Directed by Josef von Sternberg

The Blue Angel, German cinema’s first full-talkie following one of world cinema’s most storied silent film histories, shot star Marlene

Sun, Dec 9

Anna Christie

Directed by Clarence Brown

“Garbo talks!” read the tagline for this relatively unglamorous 1930 MGM work, adapted from the Pulitzer-Prize-winning play by Eugene O’Neill

Mon, Dec 10

The Rest I Make Up

Directed by Michelle Memran

Filmmaker Memran’s directorial debut focuses on the legendary New York City-based, Cuban-born playwright María Irene Fornés, an iconoclastic figure who

Wed, Dec 12

(Dis)/Connect: The Short Films of Shilpa Sunthankar

Directed by Shilpa Sunthankar

Shilpa Sunthankar is a screenwriter, director, and producer with an affinity for stories about different cultures in coexistence, thanks to

Fri, Dec 14

Half the Picture

Directed by Amy Adrion

Half the Picture seeks to document this unique time in the filmmaking industry where systemic change seems possible (thanks in

Sat, Dec 15

Morocco

Directed by Josef von Sternberg

Marlene Dietrich and Josef von Sternberg’s first Hollywood collaboration, Morocco is a gauzy, dust-covered tale of lust and betrayal, following

Sat, Dec 15

Paprika

Directed by Satoshi Kon

As mind-bending as it is insightful, Satoshi Kon’s final animated feature, Paprika, has been a source of inspiration and admiration