The Boy Scout

During an impromptu trip to the mountains, Grant and Leah’s car gets stuck in an early season snowstorm. After six days of captivity, they must answer the question: should we stay, or should we go?

Sixnineteen: A Short Documentary

The 619 Western Avenue building in Seattle was the largest all-artist colony on the West Coast for thirty years. Originally a shipping warehouse, it was taken over by artists looking for large affordable space in 1981. Since then, it has blossomed into an underground cultural mecca for the independent art scene. On October 1, 2011, city officials stepped in, ordering the building’s demolition to make way for the massive Alaskan Way viaduct tunnel project scheduled to dig directly underneath the already-unstable structure.

Look Up in the Sky: Shattered Dreams

In the summer of 2014, almost 10 years after a Stadium High School science class hiking trip ends in the vanishing of their classmate, a group of friends reunites to revisit the mystery, but soon discover that they are being pursued by a group of mysterious agents. The group must find out who is trying to kill them and why, before it’s too late.

B.F.E.

In a small town where everyone has been dealt a bum hand, four people seek an escape from reality. A stunning debut from local filmmaker Shawn Telford, delivering diverse, well-written characters with one distinct commonality: they all need to get out of BFE.

DamNation

DamNation uncovers how intricately the dams engineered since the industrial revolution have severely altered the landscapes, wildlife ecosystems and native populations that surround the countless river systems across America. As dam removal becomes more mainstream, rivers are bounding back to life, giving salmon and other wild fish the right to return to primeval spawning grounds, after decades without access. DamNation suggests that nothing lasts forever, including the concrete monoliths that have impounded America’s free-flowing rivers in the name of “progress” for ages.