SEEDArts Cinema Series
"Made in Seattle: Homegrown Documentaries"
April 5 & 6, 2013
Indie music lovers, reformed juvenile delinquents, off-the-grid hippies and a mixed race woman searching for identity are just some of the compelling characters you'll meet during the inaugural SEEDArts Cinema Series,
“Made in Seattle: Homegrown Documentaries”.
The two-day series, April 5 & 6, is comprised of four dynamic, award-winning, locally made documentaries. Each film will be followed by a community conversation with the filmmakers and moderated by Rustin Thompson, The Restless Critic.
Films at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center
3515 S Alaska St, Seattle, WA 98118
Admission to the Cinema Series is $5 per film or $15 for a series pass
at the door.
Friday, April 5 at 7 pm
“A Lot Like You,” in which Rainier Valley based filmmaker Eliaichi Kimaro, a mixed-race, first-generation American with a Tanzanian father and Korean mother, travels to Tanzania in search of identity. Eliaichi Kimaro will be in attendance.
Saturday, April 6 at 3 pm
“Minor Differences” by director Heather Dew Oaksen, chronicles the eighteen-year journey of five former juvenile offenders from their mid-teens to adulthood. Some of the adults featured in the film will be in attendance with the Director and the Producer.
Saturday, April 6 at 5 pm
“Back to the Garden: Flower Power Comes Full Circle” In 1988, filmmaker Kevin Tomlinson filmed & interviewed a group of back-to-the-land ”hippies”—living off-grid, insulated from mainstream culture. In 2006 he tracked down his subjects again to find out what had become of their families’ utopian plans and dreams. Filmmaker Kevin Tomlinson and producer Judy Kaplan will be in attendance.
Saturday, April 6 at 7 pm
“Welcome to Doe Bay” This film chronicles how innovative, resourceful and creative individuals can band together to create a truly unique musical experience. Producer Sarah Crowe will be in attendance.
Questions? Contact Kathy Fowells, Cinema Series Coordinator
206-760-4285 | kfowells-at-seedseattle.org