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Besa: The Promise

Directed by Rachel Goslins

During World War II, Albanian Muslims provided shelter for thousands of Jewish refugees from Germany, Austria, and Bulgaria. Invoking the

Best of the 44th Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival Tour

Directed by Various

The Northwest Film Center is honored to present the Best of the 44th Northwest Filmmakers' Festival, a carefully selected cross-section

Beware the Slenderman

Directed by Irene Taylor Brodsky

In 2014, two young girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin committed an atrocious act compelled by the calling of a fictional internet

Beyond the One

Directed by Anna Marziano

One of this year’s most singularly gorgeous films (shot on both 16mm and 8mm celluloid), this experimentally minded documentary focuses

Bible Quiz

Directed by Nicole Teeny

In Tacoma, Washington, and all over the country, many church groups participate in an annual competition of memorizing and reciting

Big Men

Directed by Rachel Boynton

A cautionary tale about the toll of American oil investment in West Africa, Big Men reveals the secretive worlds of

Big Sonia

Directed by Leah Warshawski

Big Sonia explores what it means to be a survivor and how this affects families and generations. One of the

Bight of the Twin

Directed by Hazel Hill McCarthy

Bight of the Twin, an experimental visual and musical journey, tells the story of musician and artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

Bill Evans, Time Remembered

Directed by Bruce Spiegel

In the pantheon of great jazz pianists, few remain as influential as Bill Evans. His arrival in the late 1950s

Bill Frisell: A Portrait

Directed by Emma Franz

Franz’s affectionate salute to archetype guitar hero Bill Frisell provides an overdue immersion into the creative world of one of

Billy Mize and the Bakersfield Sound

Directed by William J. Saunders

Billy Mize was instrumental in defining the Bakersfield Sound, the exhilarating, innovative movement that both changed country music and influenced

Birds of Neptune

Directed by Steven Richter

Young sisters Mona and Rachel are left to their own devices after the loss of their cult-member parents. Confined to