A full day of woman-centric short films celebrating diverse voices from around the block and the around the world returns for it’s 11th year on Saturday, October 13th.
Post Alley Film Festival is presented by Women in Film Seattle and was originally the brainchild of former Pike Place Market marketing director, Andrew Krueger. With the help of filmmaker Virginia Bogert, (www.laughingdogpictures.com), President Emerita of Women in Film Seattle, Krueger launched the one-day festival of shorts in 2003 at the Market Theater to raise funds for Pike Market Preschool.
Post Alley Film Festival is not restricted to screening only women’s work but it is a venue for female perspectives and it encourages film submissions focusing on female subject matter. Films at PAFF range from drama to documentary – experimental, archival, narrative, and animation.
The festival welcomes submissions from beyond the Evergreen state and the U.S. borders. Post Alley Film Festival is small, therefore judging is very selective. Some films are solicited by the curator, others are selected by recommendation from a review panel of film industry professionals. The festival screens approximately two dozen hand-picked short films ranging from 3 to 25 minutes in length.
10:30 AM: Doors Open – Early bird film lovers enjoy Mimosas and mini quiche
11:00 AM: Seating – Aquarium by Director Stephanie Maxwell will play as you arrive
11:05 AM: Welcome
11:10 AM: Program begins
- $22 for general admission
- $20 for SIFF members
- $10 for students
Get your tickets here: https://myaccount.siff.net/tickets/buy.aspx?fid=317&id=47529
Photos courtesy Post Alley Film Festival.