Event date: Saturday, March 5th, 2022
Location: Shoreline Community College Theater, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133
Tickets: Accepted films will receive 2 complementary tickets to one showing. One SSSFF t-shirt for each film. You will receive an email with your ticket voucher code when notifications are sent.
Capacity is capped at ~75% this year for each screening. We recommend you secure your comp ticket and any guest tickets ASAP to avoid missing out.
Two Screening Times:
This year we have two screening times. The earlier viewing is just the films, and the evening viewing is the full scheduled program.
Matinee (early viewing): 3pm - 5pm (doors open at 2.30pm), bar and concessions open.
Evening Viewing: 7pm - 9:30pm (doors open at 6pm, screening, intermission, Q&A and Awards Announced after show). Join us at the venue for an afterparty from 9:30pm to 11pm.
Bar open for both shows, beer, wine, snacks available for purchase. Voting for People's Choice will take place for both screenings. The People's Choice Winner will be announced at the end of the Evening Viewing.
Capacity is capped at ~75% for each screening. We are also adhering to King County Covid-19 guidelines for this event.
Parking: There is plenty of parking at Shoreline Community College.
COVID-19 Protocol: You must wear a mask, and show proof of vaccination on arrival (12+). More details here.
Marketing Material for Filmmakers:
Laurels will be provided to accepted filmmakers. Social share images will be made available as well.
Hashtags: #SSSFF2022 #SSSFFseason6 #shorelineshortshortfilmfestival
Awards: films will be juried and awards will be given out at the event for the following:
Best Picture: $1,000
People's Choice Award: $1,000
Each winner will receive a Golden Sasquatch Award!
Jurors: Who are they?
Tony Doupe | SCC Professor/SAG Actor
Vivian Hua | Northwest Film Forum Executive Director
Zubi Mohammed | Magnussen Media Group (Seattle & Los Angeles)
Starla Sheen | Creative Producer Edelman
Debra Pralle | Professional Filmmaker and Shoreline Community College Faculty
Kira Sipler | Professional Filmmaker