A spot on brilliant sketch. Even if we haven't been to the real Ann Arbor Film Festival, we have all been to this one. Kudos to SNL.
Susan Lasalle, producer and Beth Farnham, coordinator, will attend Napa Valley Film Festival with director Michael Cross for the premiere of his film Second Nature.
Leah Warshawski and Todd Solliday will attend the premiere of their film Big Sonya at Napa Valley Film Festival.
Kris Keppeler writes a weekly serial for Channillo: Does This Happen to You? exploring the amusing ways we get through our day
Kate Dandel premiered her documentary Gold Balls at SIFF in May; it has now screened at 10 festivals around the United States.
Lynn Shelton is shooting her new feature in Snohomish, WA, Oct-Nov.
Isabella Price and Therese Caspar each received Artist Trust GAP 2016 awards for their work in the visual art of filmmaking.
Ann Hedreen and Rustin Thompson's Zona Intangible is an official selection of six more festival and screens locally.
WIF members Megan Griffiths, Lacey Leavitt, Tracy Rector, Lynn Shelton will speak at an event Oct 8, with WIF advisors Abby Dylan, Lance Rosen, co-hosted by WIF member Ron Leamon and King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles.
Jennifer Townsend, producer/director of the documentary Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise, invites WIF members to a free test screening at NWFF Oct 5.
Samara Lerman's short film Iron, a period drama of women railroad workers during WWI is currently crowdfunding on Seed&Spark
SJ Chiro and team are in the final post, post-production push of the feature Lane 1974
Kay Ray's Lady Be Good; Instrumental Women in Jazz has a distributor.
Diana Fairbank produced the 2nd Simulated Immersive Experimental Realities (SIXR) 48-Hour Cinematic Virtual Reality Challenge (http://sixrfestival.com/)