The Seattle Social Justice Film Festival is back! Films will cover all aspects of social justice but, in conjunction with our lead sponsor, Books to Prisoners, this year’s special festival focus will be on issues related to Prisoner Justice.
The Social Justice Film Festival is excited to announce the 2014 Call for Entries! We are now accepting submissions of short and feature-length documentary and narrative films that address issues of social justice. Submit by May 1 to receive discounted early bird prices! The late deadline is July 1. Read … Continue reading
Youth Visions welcomes the perspectives and talents of films made by filmmakers who were 21 and younger when they completed their film. Films of any length, narrative and documentary, are celebrated in this section. Continue reading
We are thrilled to announce that the Office of Arts and Culture has awarded the festival a Neighborhood and Community Art grant! We were selected, along with 41 other projects, from a pool of 82 applications. However, as we were ranked among the top 20 projects, we will be automatically funded … Continue reading
The Social Justice Film Festival has announced the winners of its Gold Jury Prize, Director’s Choice Award, and Youth Visions Showcase. The 11-day festival, held October 7-17, featured 60 films from around the world, with a special focus on prisoner justice. Continue reading
The Social Justice Film Festival is proud to announce the winners of this year’s Youth Visions Contest. The Gold Jury Prize went to the film “Poetic Justice Project,” directed by youth filmmaker Matthew Evans. The Silver Jury Prize… Continue reading