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Directed by Abbey Sacks

Faces and objects come into view and suddenly vanish in this texturally dense, surprising animation.

50 Foot Challenge

Directed by Various

Northwest Film Center Presents The 50 Foot Challenge A 50th Birthday Celebration for Super 8   A screening of new

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Directed by John Woods

What are the odds that a roll of unexposed 16mm film would be found in an alley by someone like

A Distant Episode

Directed by Ben Rivers

A meditation on the illusion of filmmaking, shot behind-the-scenes on a film being made on the otherworldly beaches of Sidi

Abstractions: Films by Jon Behrens

Directed by Jon Behrens

A pioneer of the Northwest’s experimental film scene, Seattle filmmaker Jon Behrens has been making visually striking optically printed films

Abstractions: Films by Jon Behrens

Directed by Jon Behrens

A pioneer of the Northwest’s experimental film scene, Seattle filmmaker Jon Behrens has been making visually striking optically printed films

AKU-MATU: Ancestor from the Future

Directed by Michael Walsh

Old-school analog technology is used to convey the movement and facial expressions of one of Alaska’s most famous artists.

Ameya

Directed by Mackie Mallison

18-year-old artist and activist Ameya Marie fights for change by creating pieces that address topics such as police brutality, school

An Evening with Kathy Kasic

Directed by Kathy Kasic

Kathy Kasic is best known for her work on nature documentaries which have aired on public television and nature channels.