Best of NFFTY at the Seattle Public Library
We’re excited to announce our new partnership with the Seattle Public Library system! To kick off this collaboration, we are holding a Best of NFFTY screening at the downtown Seattle Library (Central Branch) on April 5 and you are invited! Get warmed up for NFFTY 2014 with some of the best short films from past NFFTY festivals. Following the screening there will be a Q&A with a few of the director’s themselves that you can participate in.
The event is free to attend. You’ll also have a chance to win tickets to Opening Night of NFFTY 2014!
Saturday, April 5, 2014
(1000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104)
Doors open at 1:30pm
A film about being captured in a dream with strange beauty.
Directed by Julien Budorovits | Germany
En Route (2012)
“En Route” traces the life story of a professional pilot, backtracking from the moment of his death.
Directed by Colin Levy | USA
The Painted Girl (2013)
The story of Megan, a closeted gay 15-year-old who runs away from her mother’s expectations. Hiding in an abandoned subway tunnel, she uses spray paint to create art for her mother.
Directed by Ben Kadie | USA
Following the death of his brother, 12-year old Ryan needs all the help he can get.
Directed by Shantal Freedman | USA
Two Brothers (2007)
Two brothers, Thomas and Robert, find themselves engaged in the horror that is the American Civil War.
Directed by Dylan, Jesse & Miles Stipek | USA
Head West (2013)
A music video for the song Head West by Towers, examining the process of leaving and difficulties of letting go
Directed by Aaron & Austin Keeling, Chase Horseman | USA
Kachho Gadulo is a story about the vibrant and diverse culture of India as seen through a young child’s imagination.
Directed by Pranay Patwardhan | India
A man lives alone in a post-apocalyptic world without his family, forever searching for another living person to comfort him
Directed by Max Magerkurth | USA
In the autumn of 1998, a profound tragedy echoed through a small Michigan farming community.
Directed by Caleb Slain | USA
Directed by Joel McCarthy | Canada