The Seattle International Film Festival May 19-June 12, lines up 29 world, 42 North American, 15 US feature premieres; 62 films by women; Opening Night Woody Allen's Café Society; Viggo Mortesen; the Centerpiece Gala documentary Gleason; a special showing: Megan Griffiths' The Night Stalker; an Afternoon with Molly Shannon, Closing Night The Dressmaker starring Kate Winslet; and so much more in between. Kudos Wongdoody, We Are Royale for the trailer and to Super Square Music for the soundtrack.
Our featured member is WIF@SIFF, all our Women in Film Members with films screening at the 42nd Seattle International Film Festival in Northwest Connections; Northern Tales, the shorts package, and the special presentation: The Night Stalker.
Laila Kazmi received a 2016 NW Emmy® Award for When Music is Medicine
Rosalie Miller and Jo Ardinger will screen, a work in progress of WIF Professional Grant winner Personhood at Rainier Independent Film Festival May 14
Krisha, the feature that kept audiences at SIFF 2015 on the edge of their seats awaiting the train wreck, starring Krisha Fairchild, longtime WIF member nears the end of its theatrical release.
Pilar Walsh performs a special staged reading for new play A Fine Line at the West of Lenin Theater, May 24th.
Pilar Walsh's short film How I Survived the Sixties screened at The First Annual SAG-AFTRA Seattle Film Showcase.
Jane Charles, producer of Sold, announces the film will be coming to theaters across the country on April 1.
Vlada Knowlton and Ilona Rossman Ho announce the Online Premiere of Having It All, hosted by FlexJobs and 1 Million for Work Flexibility, March 3
Tracy Rector announces Maiden of Deception Pass is a finalist for the Big Sky Competition Award
Leah Warshawski receives a post-production grant from Seattle International Film Festival
Nan Avant's Tributum premiered in Canada with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
Susan LaSalle recently produced three projects: Patty Murray's campaign, Boeing, and a Kully Hall campaign.