Everett Film Festival, February 17-18, 2017
Here is a sampling of a few films the Everett Film Festival will be offering soon. We have a wonderful collection of films to share with you at our 20th annual festival February 17 and 18, 2017 and look forward to seeing you there.
Watch for more updates in the following weeks.
Mike Nordine, owner of Arlington Muffler & Brake, never planned to become a metal artist. But his daughter had another idea when she asked him to make her a penguin. So began his journey into the world of metal art. The Herald wrote an article about him a year ago in November.
Two of Nordine’s art pieces will be raffled during the Everett Film Festival to be held on February 17 – 18 2017. Be sure to save the date. Not only will you have a chance to win an original piece of art, but you will also be able to enjoy a variety of amazing films and wonderful food in a delightful setting.
In 1997 a group of visionary women banded together in the firm belief that the time had come for Everett and Snohomish County to experience quality international film in a festival setting.
With this idea in mind, the Everett Women’s Film Festival was born. The festival was dedicated to highlighting the strength, humor, and creativity of women through provocative and entertaining films. Over the years, the festival broadened its view to embrace not only films primarily crafted by women but also to present movies offering insight into the lives of women from various cultures, times and experiences as they meet the challenges of work, family, aging and love. With changing times, the name of the festival changed to the Everett Film Festival.
Even though the festival name has changed, the Everett Film Festival continues to offer engaging and thought provoking films from around the country and across the globe with a unique look into the lives of women through documentaries, feature films, animations and film shorts.