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Best Picture Winner
The First
Directed by Emily McDougall and the Ladies in Film Group

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People's Choice Winner
Milk Dreams
Directed by David Over

Shoreline Short Short Film Festival proudly accepts entries on FilmFreeway, the world's #1 way to enter film festivals and creative contests.

Event Details

The Shoreline Short Short Film Festival aims to support emerging and developing filmmakers in Washington State and encourage appreciation for the art of filmmaking in our community. 


Approximately 12 films will be selected to participate in the Festival. Those films will be screened at the Shoreline Community College Theater on April 22, 2023

The best of the best will take home cash prizes and a campy Sasquatch Award!

Each film ranges between 3 - 13 minutes.

All films are unrated and may contain some adult content. Viewer discretion advised.

The Shoreline Community College Theater is wheelchair accessible.

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Shoreline Community College Theater

16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133


April 22, 2023

6:30 pm - Evening Show

(Doors at 5:30 pm)


Standard Ticket: $25.00

Student Ticket $15.00 at door with ID

VIP Ticket: $50.00

(Includes: two drink tickets, one t-shirt, one popcorn, and one candy)


Best Picture: $1,000
People's Choice Award: $1,000

Each winner will receive a 

Sasquatch Award!


Kris and Lindy Boustedt

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Kris & Lindy Boustedt have been making films together since they met

22 years ago as First Sight Productions. As a team, they’ve worked on everything from shorts and features to serialized production and branded content to podcasts and VR/AR media. Their narrative work has over 18M views on YouTube and has screened at festivals all over the world. 


In addition to her film work, Lindy was the recent president of Seattle's Women in Film Chapter, teaches screenwriting at Seattle Central College, and founded and runs the SHARE screenwriting program, a storytelling education program for incarcerated women and youth.


Kris is a professional editor — working with actors like Nick Offerman,

Kieran Culkin, Martin Starr, and David Krumholtz — and has been

teaching at Shoreline Community College since 2008. His mission in the Performance Arts and Digital Filmmaking department is to help students cultivate their unique cinematic sensibilities and entrepreneurial development.

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