Shoreline Community College to host first statewide college film fest

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Screening and awards at Shoreline CC Theater at 3pm Saturday, April 28, free to community.

The Northwest College Film Fest (NWCFF) is the first ever, all college film festival created specifically for Washington state college students. This event was conceived by students in the Shoreline Community College Film Club, and is being judged by film industry professionals.

Entrants will be able to have their works screened in front of an audience of their peers and community members on Saturday, April 28 at 3pm in the Shoreline Community College (SCC) Theater, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline. The event is free to the public. The screening will conclude with Judge’s awards for the top films and screenplays.

When taking the position of SCC Film Club President, Sophia Perez’s goal was to help make Shoreline a recognizable institution in the film community.

“I knew that I wanted to do something important, not just to put Shoreline’s film department on the map, but to foster a community relationship with our peers that we would not otherwise have,” said Perez. “I was happily surprised to see that we succeeded in getting submissions from as far away as Walla Walla, and that these are such high quality works- we're excited to show them!”

Award categories will include best short narrative, experimental film, documentary, animation, film reel, and screenplay. The screenplay competition is sponsored by Virtual Pitchfest.

To keep up on the latest announcements from NWCFF, see their Facebook page.


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