The list below represents a selection of films from the PIFF Programming team which are currently available to be streamed online. Where multiple streaming venues were available, all currently known options have been listed. Inside a vertical prison system, inmates are assigned to a level and forced to ration food from a platform that moves… Read more
Take a virtual walkthrough of Volcano! Mount St. Helens in Art. This video features exhibition photography and select narration by exhibition curator Dawson Carr, Ph.D., The Janet and Richard Geary Curator of European Art Large Print exhibition texts and labels Exhibition panels View the works online Photos by Ben Cort #MuseumFromHome
Moments from the first Cinema Unbound Awards–an offbeat evening with dinner, entertainment, and inspiration honoring artists, curators, and industry leaders who inspire new ways of seeing. Honoring: Astonishing Auteur Todd Haynes (Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning writer and director; Carol, Far from Heaven, Mildred Pierce) Creative Powerhouse John Cameron Mitchell (Tony Award-winning writer, director, and actor;… Read more
Cinema Unbound Award recipient Rose Bond talks about her process and animation techniques.
The Northwest Film Center is pleased to announce a partnership with Potboiler Story, a narrative-focused production company. Potboiler will be creating short videos as part of their deep focus series about Northwest filmmakers who are screening their film or films as part of our Northwest Tracking Series.
A selection of films created by emerging artists and community members enrolled in the Center’s experiential learning offerings.
View selections from the annual NW Music Video Showcase on Vimeo. The Northwest has a strong tradition in music video creation, and we celebrate it with an evening of music videos from Northwest directors. The music will vary, but the unique visual styles from our talented regional creators will keep the flow moving.
Highlights from the 45th Northwest Filmmakers Festival—the Northwest’s premiere showcase of new work by leading regional filmmakers. This touchstone annual event brings artists and audiences together for a community celebration including current northwest film exhibition, and Northwest Filmmakers’ Summit. Annually, Northwest Fest draws more than 400 entries from Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and… Read more
Highlights from the 44th Northwest Filmmakers Festival—the Northwest’s premiere showcase of new work by leading regional filmmakers. This touchstone annual event showcases outstanding new work by our region’s media artists and offers a snapshot of the thriving creative community that surrounds us. The Festival strives to nurture the growth and success of filmmakers who are pushing… Read more