Seattle Office of Film + Music


LOCAL SHORT FILM WINS AWARD AT SXSW FILM FESTIVAL

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Local filmmaker Travis Senger’s short documentary White Lines and the Fever: The Death of DJ Junebug was awarded as a runner-up winner in the Documentary Shorts category at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas. The film was shot by Sean Porter and edited by Michelle Witten (who also recently edited and co-produced Wheedle’s Groove, the Seattle soul music documentary directed by Jennifer Maas). Additionally, Guy Maddin’s Night Mayor, which was shot by local cinematographer Benjamin Kasulke, won the award for best Experimental Short. The awards were announced last night after the film conference portion of the SXSW Film Festival came to a close. Read the full list of award winners at the above link.



THE SATURDAY KNIGHTS’ MUSIC VIDEO ON MTV’S SUBTERRANEAN

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Director Travis Senger’s latest music video, “Count It Off,” with local hip hop group The Saturday Knights, will make its television premiere this week. The project, produced by Michael J. Mouncer, will debut on MTV2’s Subterranean. “Count It Off” includes vintage tube cameras, children, puppets, and hand-drawn animation. The video is on display in Seattle at the Experience Music Project. On August 1st, the band will also be at EMP, performing alongside the video as a special part of the Jim Henson’s Fantastic World exhibit.

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