Breaking a Monster follows the meteoric rise of Unlocking the Truth, a heavy metal band of three African-American middle schoolers in Brooklyn. With the help of manager Alan Sacks, a 70-year-old industry veteran, they’re on their way to a 1.8 million dollar record deal and a precarious initiation into the music industry.
July 18th-October 17th, (Every 3rd Monday) 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Instructors: Professional Seattle Cinematographers (See Below)
Tuition: **Members Only** Free
In this 6-month series, spend an evening each month with a working Seattle cinematographer as they share their craft.
Lectures will include cinematographers breaking down their favorite scenes, reverse-engineering the aesthetics for a scene of their own, discussing the the tools they use to achieve their film looks, exploring their process and work flow, reviewing their own history from an emerging filmmaker to a professional and spending time answering your questions about cinematography.
On loop for the month of August
A series of new video works featuring installation, animation, costume, and underwater videography from local artist Dakota Gearhart whose large-scale new media installations examine connections between the environment, femininity, and digital futures.
Cue Northwest Film Residency
We’ve selected a filmmaker: Congratulations Neely Goniodsky! Learn more about Neely at cuenorthwest.org
Cue Northwest is a partnership between Brick Lane Records and Northwest Film Forum. We believe connecting artists across disciplines creates a fertile environment for building community through art. Through a series of collaborative projects including production residencies and networking events, Cue Northwest will galvanize the film and music communities
visit cuenorthwest.org for more