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Yakona: Journey Through the Eyes of a River

Yako­na means "rising water" in the language of the indigenous people of the San Marcos River in Texas. This film is a visual journey through the crystal clear waters of the San Marcos River and its headwaters at Spring Lake. The story takes the viewer from prehistoric times, through the modern era, on an impressionistic journey from the perspective of the river. 

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Workshops

Summer Camps for Kids and Teens

Who are the filmmakers of tomorrow? The talented, curious and adventurous young people of today. Our summer youth camps offer fun, hands-on film learning, using professional-level gear and software, for local children and teens! 

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Events

Avant-Garde Cinema From Ex-Yugoslavia

Guaranteed to transform your concept of twentieth-century experimental cinema: our four part series of rare, avant-garde cinema from the countries of the ex-Yugoslavia showcases films that still remain practically undiscovered in the United States.

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Productions

We Support Filmmakers

An important part of Northwest Film Forum's mission is providing access to top-of-the-line film gear and equipment at reasonable rates for local filmmakers. Have you checked out our suite of rental options? If you're still learning a new camera or editing system, not to worry - we offer affordable certification classes too.

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