Come join the fun – Film Festival 2015



Walla Walla, WA Oct. 10 — Richland, WA Oct. 16 – 18, 2015

 Saturday, October 10 – Olin Theatre, Whitman College, Walla Walla WA
  • 2-10 pm – short, Indie award winning films. Sponsored by the Whitman College Film Department
Friday, October 16 – Uptown Theatre
  • 6-9 pm – Science fiction short films
Saturday, October 17 – Uptown Theatre
  • 11 am to 2 pm- Writer’s Workshop
    • Science Fiction authors William F. Nolan (Logan’s Run), James Glass, and Sunni and Jason Brock
  • 2-4 pm – Film-Maker’s Workshop
    • Seattle-based film makers Kelly Hughes, Wade Chitwood and Producer Jeff Beauvoir
  • 2- 10 pm – Film screening
    • 2 pm – start of Indie films screening
    • documentary and Sci-Fi short films feature
  • 6-10 pm – International Horror film shorts
Saturday, October 17 – Richland Community Center
  • 2 pm until 7 pm – B-Movie matinee of new Sci-Fi films with the 1950’s look
Sunday, October 18 – Richland Public Library and Richland Community Center
  • Noon – 4 pm – Richland Public Library – Short Fan Films
  • 2-6 pm – Richland Community Center Animation and SF&F Shorts

The Pacific Northwest is part of a growing independent film community, featuring several film festivals. Since the year 2000 the Tri-Cities International Film Festival (TRIFI) has screened more than 750 independent (Indie) short and feature films from around the world. This year’s event will be co-sponsored by the City of Richland, Whitman College and the Uptown Theatre. TRIFI will run over two weekends in October in Walla Walla and Richland, WA.

TRIFI’s motto is: “To spotlight independent films with limited budgets using unlimited imagination!” TRIFI’s goals are: 1) To promote and encourage future artists and artisans in the art, media, and technology of filmmaking; 2) To further public awareness and appreciation of motion pictures as an art form; 3) To support the education of the general public in these areas by hosting annual film exhibitions, lectures, seminars, workshops, and other activities. TRIFI is endorsed by the Richland Arts Commission, is a Washington State Nonprofit Corporation, and a registered 501c3 organization.

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