A film directed by a Mountlake Terrace resident will be premiering at the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) on Monday.
The film, “Finding October,” will be shown at the festival’s newest location, Shoreline Community College Theater, on Monday, May 30 at 6 p.m. Afterwards, Film Director Nick Terry and his wife, actress Karin Terry will do a Q&A with the audience.
Nick Terry is a Mountlake Terrace local, who graduated from Mountlake Terrace High School, as well as the Shoreline Community College Film Production Program. The 23-year-old has created, directed and produced three feature length films and several shorts. This will be Terry’s second feature film world premiering at SIFF, the largest, most highly attended film festival in the United States.
Shoreline Community College is joining the Seattle International Film Festival in it’s 42nd year, as part of it’s recent expansion to include neighborhoods surrounding the Festival’s roots in Queen Anne. This expansion provides opportunities for neighboring communities to enjoy the rich offerings of the Festival, without the freeway commute, and with the addition of free parking.
In addition to Nick Terry’s World Premiere, Shoreline will host a bevvy of entertaining and informative programming, as well as special guests.
SIFF opens it’s doors in Shoreline at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 27 with the screening of “The Tenth Man,” which won a Best Acting Award at Tribeca Film Festival. Shoreline Community College is also hosting an Opening Night Party to raise funds for their scholarship program.
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For a menu of films screening at Shoreline CC, click http://www.siff.net/festival-2016/film-guide?view=films&program=1021.