Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival

CASCADIA International Women’s Film Festival will take place from April 11-14, 2019

The CASCADIA International Women’s Film Festival is comprised of many events taking place at various locations around Bellingham including Pickford Film Center, the Mount Baker Theater, Western Washington University and others. Tickets for all films shown at Pickford Film Center can be found below. Visit cascadiafilmfest.org for the full lineup and links to all ticketed events!

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Becoming Astrid (Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival)

Presented as part of the 2019 CASCADIA International Women's Film Festival.

The Opening Feature of the Festival: Teenaged Astrid Lindgren, who later went on to write the popular Pippi Longstocking series, leads a carefree life with her family in the forests and fields of rural Sweden. Restless and eager to break free from the confines of her conservative upbringing, she accepts an internship at a newspaper where she attracts the attention of its married editor. What happens leads...
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Environmental Feature + Short (Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival)

Presented as part of the 2019 CASCADIA International Women's Film Festival.

Grit
Sasha Friedlander & Cynthia Wade
USA, 2018
81 MIN
Tragedy is witnessed on an epic scale as a tsunami of toxic mud displaces over 60,000 people in Indonesia and leaves a flowing geyser of gritty goop scarring the ecosystem.

Renewal: Think Like a Scientist
Jessica Plumb
USA, 2018
8 MIN
Featuring an emerging young scientist from the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Renewal is a...
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Indigenous Film Program (Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival)

Presented as part of the 2019 CASCADIA International Women's Film Festival.

OchiSkwaCho
Jules Koostachin
Canada, 2018
15 MIN
Ochiskwacho is a sacred being, known to many Indigenous people as a spiritual messenger. Kokoom, an elderly (spiritually ailing) two-spirit woman has to decide whether to stay with her grandchildren or follow the Ochiskwacho.
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The Edge of the Knife (Sgaaway K’Uuna)
Gwaai Edenshaw & Helen Haig-Brown
Canada, 2018
100 MIN
Haida...
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