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Films and Film Festivals Around Seattle

by October 7, 2015 2

(…We’re just starting a posting of worthy films and film festivals happening in and around the Seattle area.  Small at first, watch it grow!)

Oct 15-25, 2015:   Tasveer’s Seattle South Asia Film Festival

Mon, Oct 19, 2015, 12:30 PM:  2nd Annual NSC Film Series Opening Film!:  “On Beauty” 
North Seattle College, The Grove Seminar Room, Presented by the Women’s Center 

Wed, Oct 28th, 7PM: “UNNATURAL CAUSES: IN SICKNESS AND IN WEALTH” – Hosted by UW Community Oriented Public Health Practice. Ballard Homestead, 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle.  See trailer HERE.

Wed, Oct 28, 2015, 7PM: (Screening) “The Hidden Truth – A Night of Revelations by Local Migrant Youth”, created by Jill Freidberg and Seattle’s REEL GIRRLS ( at the Historic Lincoln Theatre (712 South First Street) in Mt. Vernon, WA.

Nov 6-7-8, 2015: The Friday Harbor Film Festival

…AND, don’t forget to check out what showing at all our MEANINGFUL MOVIES LOCATIONS around the area:


Oct 8-18, 2015: The 20th Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

Oct 16-17, 2015:   The Social Justice Film Festival

Wed, Oct 14, 2015: Naomi Kline’s “This changes Everything”

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  1. Rick Turner
    #1 Rick Turner 13 October, 2015, 09:41

    Check out our new section: “Films and Film Festivals Around Seattle” – a place to find out about other documentary films screening in the area.

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  2. Rick Turner
    #2 Rick Turner 1 October, 2016, 08:56

    The amazing Social Justice Film Festival 2016 is coming up Oct 14-25. Powerful films on worker rights, immigration, prisoner justice, privacy and surveillance, union struggle, reproductive rights, cyberbullying, Black Lives Matter, Native American rights, police violence, refugees, trafficking, financial control and austerity, shoreline restoration, disability rights, ending war, and more. Full Schedule available:

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