Seattle Office of Film + Music


PRIME TIME TO BE A FILMMAKER IN SEATTLE

SUN TIMES
Seattleites not only hold the title of #1 moviegoers in the country, they also live a burgeoning mecca of creativity and filmmaking. In the past year, Sundance film festival hosted four films shot in Washington State.  Filmmaking talent in Seattle has filled the big screen (and big festivals), such as Lynn Shelton with Humpday and her more recently released Your Sister’s Sister, and Megan Griffiths with The Off Hours—now available on-demand after its Sundance. This article discusses the conventional commercial viability and availability and where the thoughtful and intimate The Off Hours fits in that paradigm.

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NORTHWEST FILM FORUM PRESENTS FREE CONVERSATION WITH FILMAKER LYNN SHELTON TONIGHT
November 28, 2011, 9:46 am
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NWFF
Local writer/director Lynn Shelton (You’re Sister’s Sister, Humpday, $5 Cover Seattle), will be at Northwest Film Forum tonight (November 28), presenting clips from her previous works and discussing her creative process. During this free conversation, Shelton will discuss her most recent film, Your Sister’s Sister, which recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and is scheduled for theatrical debut next year.

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