Capitol Hill

Northwest Film Forum

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1515 12th Ave.,
Seattle,
WA,
United States,
98122.

Two local filmmakers started this nonprofit in 1995 to provide resources for the region’s struggling film artists. Several expansions later, NWFF includes a hip little screening room that shows cult classics, foreign indie films, obligatory Bergman retrospectives, experimental shorts, and first films from Northwest filmmakers.

 

Tip: NWFF is a main venue for the Seattle International Film Festival (www.seattlefilm.com), which takes place every year between late May and mid June.

 

Admission: $8.50 adults; $6 seniors and children; $5 members; Monday screenings half price.