Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Good Food: the movie

I received this message from Mary Embleton who was passing it along from Melissa Young of Moving Images .

Dear friends, please forward to interested folks.

For those who missed the Seattle Film Festival premier of GOOD FOOD:

Seattle -
October 4, 7 pm Local Sightings Festival at NW Film Forum - 1515-12th Avenue [more on fest below]
October 16, 7 pm South Park Neighborhood Center, 820l - 10th Ave. South
October 22, 7 pm Rainier Valley Cultural Center, 3515 S. Alaska Street
November 21, 7 pm Wallingford Friday Night at the Meaningful Movies, Keystone church, 5019 Keystone Place N.

Western Washington -
October 12, 6:45 pm Oddfellows Hall in Eastsound, Orcas Island
October 18 & 19, 5 pm Lynwood Theatre, Bainbridge Island
October - date TBA Vashon Island
November 8, 8 pm Bellingham, WA - Washington Tilth Producers Conference

Eastern Washington -
September 25, 11:30 am Spokane Falls Community College
September 25, 7 pm Magic Lantern Theater - Spokane, Washington
October 2-5 date/time TBA Ellensburg Film Festival - Ellensburg, Washington

Elsewhere -
October 17-19 -dateTBA Black Bear Film Festival, Milford Pennsylvania
October 25, 11 a.m. UN Association Film Festival - Palo Alto, California

We hope you can join us. Check out - to remain current on screenings, to view a 5 minute preview of the film, to read reviews, and to learn more about sustainable agriculture in the Northwest.

Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young
Moving Images

11th Annual Local Sightings Film Festival , October 3-8

Northwest Film Forum’s premiere showcase of Northwest filmmaking is back, bigger than ever. The festival, which happens at NWFF’s theaters in Seattle, features great prizes, filmmaker parties, archival Northwest films and an impressive national film industry jury looking for strong Northwest work.

The annual festival includes both feature film presentations as well as short film programs and special events with live film performances, installation art, audience participation and parties. This year’s festival takes place in the cinemas of Northwest Film Forum from October 3–8. Included in this year’s festival will be the usual assortment of fiction, documentary and experimental films as well as a featured presentation of a historical Seattle film, a staged reading of this year’s Washington State Screenplay Competition winning script, and an opening party that will ignite Seattle’s film scene Friday night and keep it bleary eyed Saturday morning.

Schedule features the documentary GOOD FOOD – playing Saturday October 4 at 7pm!

More information and complete program at

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