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Sun, Nov 13, 2011
at 5 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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DIRECTOR: JOHN BOLTON, JENN STROM, KENNETH SHERMAN, JESSE SAVATH, BLAINE THURIER, KEVIN EASTWOOD, KATRIN BOWEN - BRITISH COLUMBIA

(DOC) Seven B.C. filmmakers take on a dozen B.C. artists with visual flair and imagination. Writer Douglas Coupland discusses his career as a visual artist interrupted. Carl Newman discloses his fears as he works on the next New Pornographers album. David Burdeny travels the world taking photographs of iconic cityscapes. Shane Koyczan still can’t find love. Also included are profiles of dancers 605 Collective and Noam Gagnon, classical musicians National Broadcast Orchestra, visual artists Reece Terris and Roy Henry Vickers, author/artist Nick Bantock, architect Omer Arbel, and design studio Organelle. (29 mins.)

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THE 35TH YOUNG PEOPLE’S FILM FESTIVAL

Sat, Nov 19, 2011
at 1 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)

THE 35TH YOUNG PEOPLE’S FILM FESTIVAL

YOUTH

For 35 years, the Northwest Film Center’s annual Young People’s Film Festival has celebrated the next generation of regional filmmakers—children and teens in grades K-12 from throughout the Northwest—by showcasing their work and circulating it around the region. Celebrating originality, freshness, authenticity, and conviction in the voices of young mediamakers, the Festival is divided into two sections: a Kids’ Division of works created by youth in grades K-8 and the focus of today’s program, a Teen Division of works by youth in grades 9-12. Created as independent projects, classroom assignments, and/or personal narratives, often with community partners, these documentary, animated,...

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