Documentary Shorts

Salish Sea After Dark: Community Science in the Intertidal Zone


Every winter, hardy volunteers flock to beaches in the Salish Sea late at night. The all-ages group leans into the bitter cold low-tide with their headlamps and waterproof layers. Their work is shining light on how intertidal communities are changing in the face of climate change and other human impacts. “Salish Sea After Dark” chronicles one winter of community scientists’ night time work and the unique lessons that can be learned from the south Puget Sound's intertidal zone.

Salish Sea After Dark: Community Science in the Intertidal Zone2019-09-04T10:45:15-07:00



Switch is the story of TJ Sneva, who built the very first pair of functional twin tip skis, and then promptly had his idea stolen.


The Kaleidoscope Guy at the Market


Artist Michael Shaw - also known as "The Kaleidoscope Guy at the Market" - has been selling his unique stained-glass creations at Pike's Place Market in Seattle for 25 years. This 20-minute documentary uses his personal narrative to delve into a deeper dialogue about these fascinating objects and their universal appeal to the human imagination.

The Kaleidoscope Guy at the Market2019-09-04T10:52:28-07:00

Gone In A Flash


With his hilarious and often insane Flash animations, Jim Choma reached an audience larger than the population of Canada...and helped make the internet worth visiting. But that doesn't mean you know his name. In this blisteringly fast and funny animated documentary, follow the rise and fall of an internet sensation that changed the world. But hey, not everyone makes it.

Gone In A Flash2019-09-04T12:56:04-07:00

The Other Border


High school student Gerardo Hernandez - raised in the United States since six months of age - was one of over 100 undocumented workers arrested by ICE in Ohio on June 5th, 2018. Gerardo spent almost 2 months in prison before being released… and is now scheduled to be deported in early 2020. THE OTHER BORDER is his American story, told through intimate interviews with Gerardo and his sister, Karime, and shot exclusively on 8mm and 16mm film.

The Other Border2019-09-04T13:09:34-07:00

Igniting Hope


Gallery owner, Rebekah Hagman, and area artists come together for an art exhibition to support UnBound, a global charity that activates local communities to fight human trafficking.

Igniting Hope2019-09-04T13:10:40-07:00
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