Last year, Northwest Film Forum (NWFF) launched two programs to help the local film community build a solid foundation for a career in the industry. The One-Year Film Comprehensive, a program designed to cultivate new voices, augment skills, and educate individuals from the fundamentals of filmmaking to making festival-ready work. They also introduced an eight-week class titled “Filmmaking Fundamentals”, which provides students with the skills they need to create a film.  Now, just one year later, NWFF has launched its newest program aimed to connect these filmmakers with each other and providing them with access to the physical tools and guidance to create content in a six-week timeframe.

To read more about this exciting new program, check out the Seattle Weekly article here. For more information on how to apply, head over to NWFF’s website.