The Burien Film Festival will be screening its winning films at Discover Burien’s Drive-In on SW 153rd Street this Wednesday night, Oct. 28, 2020, starting at 7 p.m.

The cost is FREE – with Donation Requested – and viewing placement is on a first come first serve; gates open at 6 pm.

Wednesday, Oct. 28: 7 p.m. start

    • Hyperlocal Burien Winners: The two winning shorts, Skipping Shorewood dir. by Evan Kubena and The Maplewild Run dir. By Dan White.
    • Interview with the directors by Ben Camp and John Hendow
    • International Award Winners: Eight (8) winning ‘Best Of’ categories from Turkey, France, Germany, Iran, Ukraine/UK, and US – These are world-class films!!


Wednesday, Nov. 4: 7 p.m. start:

NW Film Industry Hero Award:  Intro and Wes Hurley presents the award to Mischa Jakupcak

    • Two short films: The Hero Post dir. by Mischa Jakupcak, Little Potato dir. by Wes Hurley
    • Ben Camp hosts a Wes and Mischa conversation.
    • Bias – Reflections: Intro on bias in the world today by T.s. Flock

Five powerful short films addressing bias in the world from India, Iran and Seattle

Five Directors Reflect – don’t miss this! Poignant insight into the films and the state of the world.

Wednesday, Nov. 11: 7 p.m. start

Animated! Homage to Stop-Animation by John Hendow

    • Five stop animation shorts from local and international filmmakers
    • Interview of artist and filmmaker Gevin Booth by Ben Camp

NW Teen Talent – Intro by Angela DiMarco and David Hogan of Mighty Tripod Productions

    • Four shorts by one teen writer and three teen directors.
    • Teens Talk Shop – The next generation of filmmakers speak

More info:

The Drive-In is located west of 6th Ave SW on the north side of SW 153rd Street:

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