Showing posts with label Local Sightings. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Local Sightings. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

TwoOhSix Picks - 2018 Local Sightings Film Festival

The Local Sightings Film Festival, presented by Northwest Film Forum, is back for another year of locally sourced features, shorts, and special events. From September 21st through the 29th, attendees will be able to enjoy a multitude of movies, workshops, and special programs including exclusive screenings, fundraisers, and, of course, festival parties! And now, here is a list of the feature films I have chosen as the ones you do not want to miss because they are just that amazing.

Friday, September 22, 2017

Walking Out (LSFF 2017) - Movie Review

The Movie: Walking Out

The Director: Alex Smith and Andrew Smith

The Cast: Matt Bomer, Lily Gladstone, Alex Neustaedter, Bill Pullman

The Story: An urban teenager journeys to Montana to hunt big game with his estranged father. Father and son struggle to connect, until a brutal encounter in the heart of the wilderness changes everything.

Zilla and Zoe (LSFF 2017, PDXFF 2017) - Movie Review

The Movie: Zilla and Zoe

The Director: Jessica Scalise

The Cast:  Greg James, Aida Valentine, Sam Kamerman, Kurt Conroyd, Mia Allen

The Story: To win the contest of her dreams, Zoe will have to turn her sister's wedding into a horror film.

Monday, January 25, 2016

2015 Recap - Film Festivals

2015 was a big year for as I was able to provide coverage for a total of six different film festivals as well as two conventions before it was all said and done. As we gear up for what lies ahead in 2016, let's take a look back at all of those awesome memories including my "Festival Favorite" movie from each of last year's film festivals.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

2015 Local Sightings Film Festival Recap.

This was my first year covering the Northwest Film Forum's "Local Sightings" Film Festival and I have to say, the Pacific Northwest has no shortage of up and coming film makers. Below, you will find links to my reviews for the films I was able to watch during the festival as well as an announcement of the "TwoOhSix Festival Favorite".

Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story (LSFF 2015) - Documentary Review

Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story is an official selection of the Northwest Film Forum's "Local Sightings" Film Festival. This documentary feature about food waste in America was written and directed by Grant Baldwin and Jenny Rustemeyer who also head the cast of participants in from of the cameras.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Dead Body (LSFF 2015) - Movie Review

Dead Body is an official selection of the Northwest Film Forum's Local Sightings Film Festival. This locally produced film was written by Ian Bell and Ramon Isao, was directed by Bobbin Ramsey, and stars Rachel Brun, Jay Myers, Cooper Hopkins, Nathan Pringle, Leah Pfenning, Nic Morden, Spencer Hamp, Miho Aizawa, and Keo Sakuta.

Sunday, September 27, 2015

Killing June (LSFF 2015) - Movie Review

Killing June is a locally produced film written and directed by Isaiah Corey with co writing credit going to Arne Bystrom. This crowd funded feature film which is an official selection of the Northwest Film Forum's "Local Sightings" film festival, stars Seattle resident Wonder Russell and Spokane native Nathan Pringle.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Drawing the Tiger (LSFF 2015) - Documentary Review

Drawing the Tiger, directed by Amy Benson and Scott Squire, is an official selection of the 2015 Local Sightings Film Festival which is produced by Seattle's Northwest Film Forum. This documentary feature follows a family in Nepal over the course of several years as they try to build a better life yet find themselves constantly struggling just to survive.

Monday, September 14, 2015

TwoOhSix Picks: 2015 "Local Sightings" Film Festival

Local Sightings is the only festival dedicated to showcasing the best in Northwest regional films. Taking place Sept. 24-Oct.3 at Northwest Film Forum, the lineup will include the premieres of 15 feature films and over 50 shorts from up-and-coming directors from Alaska to Oregon. The full schedule was recently released and I have chosen the films you do not want to miss.

The Hot List