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A Year & A Day

Directed by Pam Minty

A series of images of Bond Butte taken each month over the course of a year precede a series of

Abandoned Generations

Directed by Linda Fenstermaker

Generations of a family’s commitment to its Pacific Northwest farmland are portrayed through a 1945 diary and the haunting reminiscences

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

Age of the A**hole

Directed by Jason Rosenblatt

A comedic tale of courtship in the age of app-based dating.

Aissa

Directed by Clement Trehin-Lalanne

Aïssa is Congolese, residing illegally in France. She claims to be a minor, but the authorities believe she is over

Amandi

Directed by Francesc Sitges-Sardà, Elisabet Prandi

A blend of nature, woods, and weird landscapes featuring two characters in constant transformation

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Amauros 3

Directed by Nicole Seiler

Audio description makes films accessible to visually impaired audiences by describing the visual elements of the work. By removing the

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American Gladiators

Directed by Lara Gallagher

Jean’s little sister, Mae, may be gravely ill, but Jean is sick of it.

American Lawn

Directed by Robert Sickels

Some folks have very strong opinions about lawns.

An Evening with Ben Popp

Directed by Ben Popp

VISITING ARTIST—Working primarily on 16mm and hand-processing his films, Ben Popp works in the traditions of experimental and underground cinema.

An Evening With Jay Rosenblatt

Directed by Jay Rosenblatt

San Francisco filmmaker Jay Rosenblatt has made some two-dozen films since 1980, earning him numerous international awards and recognitions for