Festival Announces 2014 Partnership with NW Film Forum
NW Film Forum will be the main weekend venue for the 2014 festival!
Jose Vargas to Speak at Festival
During a special evening on undocumented immigrants: Friday, October 24th
Focus on Civil Liberties with Will Potter
Mark your calendars for a special evening with Will Potter on Monday, October 20th
Festival Announces 2013 Awards!
Jury Prizes, Director's Choice, and Youth Visions Awards
Festival Announces 2013 Awards!
Jury Prizes, Director's Choice, and Youth Visions Awards
Silver Jury Prize for Shorts
RU: Water is Life directed by Shawn Small

The Social Justice Film Festival is just around the corner! Screenings at the 2014 festival will address a range of  issues including  prisoner justice, sustainability, militarization  of the police, immigration, and much more. Details of official selections will be announced soon.

Founding Sponsors of the 2014 festival include:

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GiveBIG on May 6!


Please help us make the 2014 festival a success by Giving BIG on May 6! For one day only, make your donations to the Social Justice Film Festival, and we will receive a percentage of the matching funds (or “stretch”) pool from the Seattle Foundation. Highlights of the Social Justice Film Festival … Continue reading

Real Change Economic Justice Film Series


This weekend, Real Change, a 2013 festival sponsor, is screening one of our 2013 films, Shift Change, as part of its Economic Justice Film Series! Shift Change is an inspiring film that features “lively stories of secure, dignified jobs, in a democratic workplace.” The film provides a refreshingly positive perspective … Continue reading

Festival Announces 2014 Call for Entries!


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