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SAVE THE DATE FOR LOCAL SIGHTINGS 2010
August 31, 2010, 10:52 am
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Local Sightings
Local Sightings is Northwest Film Forum’s premier showcase of Northwest filmmaking. The festival, which happens at Film Forum theaters in Seattle, features great prizes, filmmaker parties, archival Northwest films and an impressive national film industry jury looking for strong Northwest work. The annual festival includes feature film presentations as well as short film programs and special events with live film performances, installation art, audience participation and parties. Also in this year’s festival will be the usual assortment of fiction, documentary and experimental films as well as a featured presentation of a historical Seattle film, and an opening party that will ignite Seattle’s film scene Friday night and keep it bleary eyed Saturday morning. The festival this year begins with an opening night party on October 1 at 9pm. Follow the link for more details.

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LAST DAY TO SUBMIT TO LOCAL SIGHTINGS
June 30, 2010, 12:18 pm
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Northwest Film Forum
Local Sightings is Northwest Film Forum’s premier showcase of Northwest filmmaking. The festival, which happens at Film Forum theaters, features great prizes, filmmaker parties, archival Northwest films and an impressive national film industry jury looking for strong Northwest work. The annual festival includes feature film presentations as well as short film programs and special events with live film performances, installation art, audience participation and parties. Also in this year’s festival will be the usual assortment of fiction, documentary and experimental films as well as a featured presentation of a historical Seattle film, and an opening party. The deadline for submission is July 1.

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SUBMIT YOUR FILMS TO LOCAL SIGHTINGS
May 27, 2010, 11:38 am
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Northwest Film Forum
Local Sightings is Northwest Film Forum’s premier showcase of Northwest filmmaking. The festival, which happens at Film Forum theaters, features great prizes, filmmaker parties, archival Northwest films and an impressive national film industry jury looking for strong Northwest work. The annual festival includes feature film presentations as well as short film programs and special events with live film performances, installation art, audience participation and parties. Also in this year’s festival will be the usual assortment of fiction, documentary and experimental films as well as a featured presentation of a historical Seattle film, and an opening party. The deadline for submission is July 1.

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12TH ANNUAL LOCAL SIGHTINGS FILM FESTIVAL AT NORTHWEST FILM FORUM THIS WEEKEND

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Northwest Film Forum kicks off the 12th Annual Local Sightings Film Festival tonight with a screening of The Mountain, The River and The Road at 7pm, followed by the Opening Night Party at 9pm. Join Seattle filmmakers, movie buffs and loyal Film Forum fans for boozin’, dancin’ and performances ($5/NWFF members, $7/non-members). Running through Wednesday, October 7th, the Festival includes 9 feature films and over 50 shorts from Northwest Filmmakers, along with special presentations and events. Based on the descriptions, I’d say don’t miss Punch, American Collectors, Where You From or any of the Shorts packages!



LOCAL SIGHTINGS FILM FESTIVAL SCHEDULE POSTED
September 24, 2009, 10:55 am
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The schedule for the 12th annual Local Sightings Film Festival, a celebration of Northwest filmmaking, has been posted. The festival takes place from October 2-7 at the Northwest Film Forum and is the premier showcase of Northwest filmmaking. The festival features an array of feature, documentary and short films, great prizes, filmmaker parties, archival Northwest films and an impressive national film industry jury looking for strong Northwest work. Highlights include opening night film The Mountain, The River and The Road and Film Originals: the work of George and Helen Smith.