Filmmakers, film lovers, supporters, and beyond are all invited to join us at this FREE* event!
Join us for a fundraising party! Why do we call it pints + flicks? Because we're going to show you flicks (Best of NFFTY 2018) and have some pints (all proceeds support NFFTY)!
Don't wait until NFFTY 2019 to geek out with your favorite film community…we are throwing a party for all our NFFTY friends and supporters NOW! We are celebrating our largest festival to date, and want to build our future with you in mind! Meet our new Managing Director and NFFTY board members and explore exciting opportunities to join our board. Even if you’ve never been to the festival before, we welcome you to come learn how we support young filmmakers!
Where and when?
Lagunitas Brewing Company TapRoom & Beer Sanctuary
1550 NW 49th Street
Seattle, WA 91807
April 9, 2019
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Event will feature:
Best of NFFTY 2018 screening (see lineup below)
full taco bar from Pecado Bueno (it’s Taco Tuesday after all!)
a guaranteed-win raffle
…and maybe a surprise or two!
RSVP now to reserve your spot, space is limited. Thanks to Lagunitas, all beer sales proceeds benefit NFFTY!
And yes, all ages are welcome!
Because at NFFTY, Film Starts Here!
*There will be beer, food, raffle tickets, etc available for purchase at the event, but it is free to attend because we want anyone to be able to come!
BEST OF NFFTY 2018 PROGRAM
Sean Wang - 22
On July 5th, 2016, I moved across the country to live and work in New York City for one year. This is a personal documentary of my year, chronicled by voicemails left by my mom.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Audience Award - Closing Night: New American Dreams
Sindha Agha - 24
A hybrid documentary about one woman's birth control journey.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Jury Award - Best Experimental
Catherine McCord - 17, Jack Schonfelder - 16
This film follows the relationship between a mother and her son, from infancy to adulthood. The mom, a deployed 20-year veteran soldier, questions the balance between serving her country and raising her son.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Special Award - Best High School Filmmaker
Talia Shea Levin - 23, Alexis Floyd - 24, Kevin Stiller - 24, Lyndsi Zapata - 23
E T A combines the languages of choreography, music, and film to tell the story of one woman’s journey to fight the urge to isolate herself and instead connect to those around her to build a community.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Audience Award - Art in Motion
Hadley Hillel - 21, Ethan Seneker - 20, Marisa Messina - 19, Raven Peterson - 20
In the future as it was imagined in the 1950s, Nathan notices his mother acting strange and begins to question whether or not she is a robot.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Audience Award - Throwbacks
Omeed Farsoni - 18, Troy Charbonnet - 18
Diagnosed with restricted growth birth defects, 62 year old Dinh Van Phú (Phú Dinh) struggles to overcome the adversities of his condition.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Jury Award - Best Documentary
Kenzie Sutton - 21
A guy named Harls keeps getting reincarnated.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Audience Award - Reel Animation
Lane McKenna - 17, Nathan Ginter - 18, Eve Robitshek - 17
Set in a fictional society where women are the social and sexual aggressors, 17-year-old Nina gets advice from her friends and family about approaching her crush.
Jeffrey Prosser - 24, Andrew Schundler - 22, Inder Mann - 24, Ryan Dayhoff - 24
New York City's underground is never at rest. The city is in trouble, but legendary brasshouse trio TOO MANY ZOOZ play the final note.
WINNER - NFFTY 2018 Audience Award - Musical Masterpiece