Best of NFFTY: Cinema in Tune – Seattle Public Library
Best of NFFTY screenings continue with Seattle Public Library system! Join us for an afternoon screening of some of the best musically driven films from NFFTY 2014.
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.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
(1000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104)
Doors open at 1:30pm
An experimental music video featuring the band Dresses as they perform in a mystical, miniature land full of skeletons.
Directed by Tim Hendrix | California
Can you hold on to your past as you are pulled into your future? A young man grapples with letting go as he faces leaving home for the first time.
Directed by Colin Campbell | Michigan
Song For Anna
An open-ended narrative that explores the nature of relationships. Are they trying to get together or split up?
Directed by Lucinda Harstrick & Isiah Hoban-Halvorsen | Washington
One weekend in early October, James Kennedy set out to play a song on each of the 75 public pianos scattered throughout the city of Boston in conjunction with the Celebrity Series of Boston’s “Play Me, I’m Yours” project.
Directed by Jackson C. Davis & Grant Olans | Massachusetts
A day in the life of singer Daniel Halligan as he performs the song ‘Hope.’
Directed by Adam McArthur | Washington
A music video for the song “Candy Floss” by the recording artist Alex Day.
Directed by Linnea Ritland | Vancouver, BC
A music video about a real human that carries his heart in his hand. A poetic vision of a society full of compassionate individuals.
Directed by Karim Shaaban | Egypt
Music stores are a dying breed in the UK. ‘The Diskery’ is one of the few remaining vinyl record stores remaining in the UK and the owner explains just why customers keep coming back to gain the unattainable warm sound quality in their music that only the vinyl music offers.
Directed by Daniel Morris & Carolina Nunes | United Kingdom
A forlorn man looks back on the events of his life that lead to his demise.
Directed by Joanna Roy | California
Brush – Manatee Commune
The official music video for Manatee Commune’s track “Brush” mixes underwater cinematography with contemporary dance, showing the the subtle beauty found in human form.
Directed by Tyler Michael James | Washington
A music video exploring the direction of time for the Surrey band Good For Grapes.
Directed by Tommy Lee | Canada