Sponsors of the 2015 festival include:
Are you passionate about food justice and films? So are we! The Social Justice Film Festival is pleased to announce we will be sponsoring a special Food Justice Film Screening on October 16 and 17, 2015 in partnership with Columbia Legal Services—and we want to see YOUR films! Continue reading
The Social Justice Film Festival is proud to announce the winning 2014 films, in the following categories. The 12-day festival, held October 18-30, featured 50 films from around the world, with a special focus on prisoner justice. Continue reading
Be sure to check out the official trailer, featuring a sampling of this year’s 51 films! Continue reading
Be sure to check out their great line-up: a warmup for our festival which starts on the 18th! We particularly recommend the International Rights Shorts Program that will be screening on Monday October 13 at 5pm at the Northwest Film Forum. Description: Although LGBT people enjoy more legal protections in some … Continue reading
A notable feature this year: More than 40% of the festival’s official selections, including a U.S. premiere, have women directors, several from the Seattle area. Continue reading
We are excited to announce a fantastic line-up of films for the 2014 Social Justice Film Festival!
Tickets and Early-Bird Passes are now on sale! Continue reading
The 2014 Social Justice Film Festival has completed review of more than 400 submissions and has made an official selection of more than 50 films.
The festival will run from October 18-30. Continue reading
We have several sizes of 100% organic cotton Social Justice Film Festival T-shirts available for $15 each! To order or pick up, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Highlights of the Social Justice Film Festival In 2013, we produced a ten-day film festival that: screened more than 50 films to about … Continue reading
We’re excited to share the news that Barzan, one of our 2013 feature films, will be screening again in Seattle this weekend as part of the film series “Made in Seattle: Homegrown Documentaries.” April 5th, 5pm The Rainier Valley Cultural Center $5 Check out the full line-up of films here. … Continue reading
Check out the wonderful program of films screening March 18-May 1 at Northwest Film Forum on the topic of workers’ rights! Continue reading