Ready to take our relationship to the next level? Here’s a friendly reminder of to stay connected with email lists, Facebook and Twitter, and how you can get involved as a donor, member or volunteer.
There are many ways to find out everything you ever wanted to know about NWFF:
NWFF members get our printed quarterly calendar delivered to their home every quarter! For information on becoming a member and receiving our printed calendars every quarter, please click here.
Sign up for the NWFF DIGEST, a weekly update of Northwest Film Forum happenings and late breaking events delivered to your inbox every Thursday. To subscribe to NWFF’s Weekly Email Digest click here.
Read NWFF insider info as well as trends in national and international independent cinema. Get in the know at nwfilmforum.wordpress.org.
MySpace: NWFF has a MySpace page! Click here to become our friend.
Twitter: Click here
And here’s how you can get even more involved:
Become a member
The non-profit Northwest Film Forum is a member-driven organization. In addition to receiving huge discounts on movies and production services/equipment, members have the ability to shape the future of the organization.
For the cinephile or cine-curious, there’s no better deal in Seattle than membership at NWFF!
Your donation provides critical funds for Northwest Film Forum programs and operations. Support independence in film by supporting Northwest Film Forum!
It’s no secret that Northwest Film Forum runs on the industry and creativity of our volunteer corps. Volunteers made us. And if no one volunteered ever again… well that’d break us… break our fragile filmic hearts. Almost anyone can volunteer here. All it takes is a commitment to come in at least two days or nights a month and an understanding that working here isn’t at all like working for a conventional movie theatre, on a conventional production team, or in a conventional office environment.
We expect our volunteers to be proactive and confident contributors to the overall tenor and functioning of this organization. It’s a great opportunity for anyone interested in learning more about movies and/or making films on a budget, and a great way to meet fellow filmmakers and cinephiles. And of course there are the free/discounted movies, equipment rentals and workshops…
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