Seattle Office of Film + Music

October 29, 2010, 12:02 pm
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The Day My Parents Became Cool
It’s always exciting to see a local film have lots of success at festivals across the country. It helps promote our city’s industry, represents Seattle to the rest of the US and encourages other local filmmakers to keep making their art. Steve Edmiston’s short film The Day My Parents Became Cool is one such success story. The film recently returned from New York (Brooklyn’s WilliFest) and continued its run around the regional film festival circuit this past month, including the Snohomish Carnegie International Film Festival (Best Film Grand Prize), Gig Harbor Film Festival (Best Short Film First Runner Up) and the Northwest Film Forum Local Sightings Festival. The 16-minute film has also been picked up for distribution as part of the new IndieFlix Film Festival in a Box program. To check out the film’s official site, follow the link! Congrats!

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“Parents” to Premiere at Sedona Film Festival
January 26, 2009, 10:37 am
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daymyparentsProst Amerika Film:
After a successful “sneak preview” at the Northwest Film Forum with more than 200 guests, the Seattle film The Day My Parents Became Cool is set to debut at the Sedona film festival. The festival runs from February 24th to March 1st.
Parents, as it is affectionately known by those who worked on it, is set in a bizarre world where all of the adults on the entire planet have literally “become cool” and desire to look and act just like their teenage kids, which provides both comedy and horror.