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August 30, 2010, 11:09 am
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Northwest Film Forum
The Northwest Film Forum is celebrating their 15 year anniversary with a program called “Arboring Film,” running September 25 – 30, 2010. The program will feature 15 feature films and 15 short works to celebrate the many artistic accomplishments that would not have been without the efforts of the film arts center. Founded in 1995, the Film Forum shows films year-round and supports all phases of film creation, including production, post-production, exhibition and distribution. Over 1,100 members strong, the Film Forum annually aids 250 filmmakers in the production of nearly 80 films, and offers more than 100 workshops annually. Through several innovative programs, the NWFF helps filmmakers overcome the many roadblocks of independent filmmaking. The Film Forum also provides a variety of grant programs that help filmmakers with the costs of renting equipment and postproduction facilities. The work presented in “Arboring Film” was all completed with the support of at least one of these grant programs, or similar services provided by Northwest Film Forum since 1995. To check out the full line-up, for dates and to learn more about the Northwest Film Forum, follow the link.

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