Seattle Office of Film + Music


SXSW ’10 FILM FEATURES SEATTLE SIDEWALK ACTIVIST
March 10, 2010, 1:01 pm
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indieWIRE
The feature length film, A Different Path, screening at SXSW ’10 features a local Seattle man and his challenges navigating NW Seattle without a car. Originally conceived as a short film project, director Monteith McCollum decided to continue his project after his experience in Seattle. Check out the above link for a full interview with the director and be sure to stop by The Seattle Party at SXSW this year!



FREE SCREENING OF WHITE STRIPES FILM @ CROCODILE MARCH 16
March 10, 2010, 12:51 pm
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The Stranger
In conjunction with Sonic Boom Records, the Crocodile will be hosting a free showing of the White Stripes documentary Under Great White Northern Lights Tues. March 16 at 8 pm. The screening will have a first-come first-served admittance policy (no advance tickets). The movie—which is directed by Emmett Malloy and chronicles the Stripes’ 2007 Canadian tour—starts at 8:45; 21+. Vodpod videos no longer available.

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NEW JESSE BERNSTEIN DOCUMENTARY IN POST-PRODUCTION
March 9, 2010, 1:08 pm
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10 Things Zine
I Am Secretly An Important Man is a new documentary film, currently in post-production, about the life of Steven J. Bernstein (AKA Jesse Bernstein). Jesse was a local Sup Pop recording artist and spoken word poet who also appeared in the 1990 Seattle film Shredder Orpheus. Jesse’s career was cut short when he took his own life in 1991. Follow the above link for more information and to watch a trailer for the film.



ATTEND EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW AND DISCUSSION OF “THE BUDDHA” BY DAVID GRUBIN
March 9, 2010, 12:50 pm
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KCTS 9
Join KCTS 9 at the Seattle Asian Art Museum on Tuesday March 16 at 7:00 pm for an exclusive preview of the documentary, The Buddha, a film by award-winning filmmaker David Grubin. The two-hour documentary explores the story of the enlightened Indian sage using animation and also highlights parts of the Buddha’s world in present-day India. Admission is free and a panel discussion featuring David Grubin will follow after the screening. Follow the link above for more information.