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Northwest Film Forum in Seattle seeks an Executive Director to pilot the thriving, growing non-profit film arts organization. The Executive Director takes the lead in shaping the vision of the organization, oversees all of Northwest Film Forum’s operations, spearheads development and fundraising efforts for the organization, and is the chief advocate of the organization’s mission to its members, its stakeholders, to the community at large, and to the cinema community world-wide.

Overview of Northwest Film Forum:
Northwest Film Forum is a Seattle-based non-profit organization operating innovative and award-winning film exhibition, production, and education programs year-round. Noted Seattle arts critic Regina Hackett has called Northwest Film Forum “the dominant one-stop shop for the city’s cultural life.”

Annually, Northwest Film Forum supports over 600 filmmakers, aids in the production of nearly 80 original works, exhibits more than 200 separate film programs, and offers more than 60 workshops. The organization’s facilities include two cinemas that are open 360 nights a year (120-seat and 50-seat, equipped for 35mm, 16mm, Super-8, and digital projection and live theatre), workshop space, editing rooms, and filmmaker offices. Northwest Film Forum’s operating budget has grown over 35% in the last three years and is currently over $600,000. The organization now operates with a staff of nine… More than 80 volunteers support almost every aspect of the organization. The organization currently has nearly 1000 members.

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