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September 9, 2010, 11:38 am
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Local Sightings Film Festival
Northwest Film Forum is proud to announce details about its 13th annual Local Sightings Film Festival, which takes place October 1-6, 2010, at the Film Forum’s cinemas on 12th Avenue on Capitol Hill. Local Sightings is Northwest Film Forum’s premier showcase of Northwest filmmaking. This year’s event will include the Northwest premiere of six feature films, and the world premiere of the documentary Citizen Mayor. Seventy-five short films will be screened, as well as the historic film Darkness Rising. The opening night film will be the crowd-pleasing coming-of-age dramedy Bummer Summer. “I’m especially pleased with the scope and variety of this year’s program,” says Northwest Film Forum Program Director Adam Sekuler. “From Native rights to sex scandals, the festival encompasses many of the issues and life stories from across the Northwest. We have films from Des Moines, Boise, Corvallis, Bainbridge Island and Douglas, AK—and all points in between.” To check out the full lineup and showtimes, follow the link.

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