ABOUT SEATTLE WEB FEST

Seattle Web Fest features web-based fiction & non-fiction series from Seattle and around the world. We celebrate independent television by curating a selection of incredible shows for theatrical presentation while hosting panels & workshops from industry professionals. Join us on March 11th, 2017 for the third annual Seattle Web Fest at Northwest Film Forum.


TICKETS

Seattle Web Fest is free to attend and does not require advanced tickets or reservations. Seating for all screenings and panels is on a first-come, first-serve basis. We recommend arriving at least 15 minutes prior to any screening block or panel you'd like to attend. Be advised: parking in Capitol Hill can be tricky on weekends.


Technical Director, Matt Longmire discusses Seattle Web Fest 2016 prior to last year's festival.


The Venue

Northwest Film Forum has been the home of Seattle Web Fest since the beginning. Right in the heart of Seattle's Capitol Hill district, this two theater venue allows us to hold a full lineup of series screenings & panels in just one day. Visit their website to learn more about the enormous list of resources they provide to local filmmakers.

Northwest Film Forum has been the home of Seattle Web Fest since the beginning. Right in the heart of Seattle's Capitol Hill district, this two theater venue allows us to hold a full lineup of series screenings & panels in just one day. Visit their website to learn more about the enormous list of resources they provide to local filmmakers.

The Creators of Seattle Web Fest

Matt Longmire Technical Director Matt Longmire is the Technical Director for Seattle Web Fest and the writer and director of the show The River which involves an ensemble cast struggling to survive in a deadly underground game of poker.

Matt Longmire

Technical Director

Matt Longmire is the Technical Director for Seattle Web Fest and the writer and director of the show The River which involves an ensemble cast struggling to survive in a deadly underground game of poker.

Liz Ellis Programming Director Programming Director Liz Ellis is the creator of WRECKED, a very Seattle, very dirty web sitcom. She is a co-founder of the Bainbridge Island-based little-media-company-that-could, Honey Toad Studio.

Liz Ellis

Programming Director

Programming Director Liz Ellis is the creator of WRECKED, a very Seattle, very dirty web sitcom. She is a co-founder of the Bainbridge Island-based little-media-company-that-could, Honey Toad Studio.

Darlene Sellers Education Director Education Director Darlene Sellers is the co-creator of the beloved Kung-Fu spoof series, Chop Socky Boom. She is also the host of the Seattle Web Series Meetup and a regular and welcome face at web series events around the country.

Darlene Sellers

Education Director

Education Director Darlene Sellers is the co-creator of the beloved Kung-Fu spoof series, Chop Socky Boom. She is also the host of the Seattle Web Series Meetup and a regular and welcome face at web series events around the country.