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An Evening with Kelly Sears

Directed by Kelly Sears

Kelly Sears’ experimental animation cuts up and collages imagery from American culture and politics to intervene with the history embedded

An Evening with Kurtis Hough

Directed by Kurtis Hough

Winner of the 2014 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship, Portland filmmaker Kurtis Hough’s work blends animation, documentary, and the surreal into

An Infected Sunset

Directed by Demian Dinéyazhi

An ekphrastic long-form prose poem first conceived in August 2016 in the wake of the Orlando nightclub shooting, police killings

Apple Pie

Directed by Sam Hamilton

Our species' relationship with celestial bodies as told through a series of lush choreographed vignettes, this first feature from Sam

Arca Archa

Directed by Sarah El Bakkouri

A man alone in an apartment experiences a series of visible internal changes and alternate realities

ARK

Directed by Lynne Siefert

A look at the communities that exist on floating cruise ships in a post-apocalyptic world where water covers the majority

Backbone: Early Vancouver Experimental Cinema, 1967-1981

Directed by Richard Martin

From the mid-1960s through the 1970s, Vancouver, BC, was an international hub for experimental film and the source of an

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

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

Beyond this Moment

Directed by Jayden Becker

A colorful, enveloping expression of grief and the self. From filmmaker Jayden Becker: To create 230 of these frames, I painted

Binary

Directed by Ben Popp

1s and 0s—what will be programmed? Behold, an analog response to digital media.

Blind Spots

Directed by Amanda Thomson

A woman’s voice sketches out an enigmatic romance while the camera gets lost in the patterns of sunlight on windswept