the second tuesday (tst)

Please stay tuned for our TST events and locations as they evolve. We have enlightened plans in the works.

Women in Film Seattle's focus is on supporting and building the careers of its members, as well as the industry as a whole. Every Second Tuesday of the month, connect with your peers and share stories of your latest gig, find out what's happening in the organization, show off a finished project or a work-in-progress, and have a glass of wine. The Second Tuesday events are designed to be fun, friendly, and entertaining. The Second Tuesday is open to members of all levels, both men and women. Entry for all paid members of Women in Film Seattle and Northwest Film Forum is free; cost for guests or the general public is $6. Donations to the WIF kitty are always appreciated, but not required.

Dates change occasionally so check this page for updates.

Sue Corcoran and Gerard Par
First Tuesday event at Central Cinema

The Second Tuesday of the month is TST, an evening to connect with friends and colleagues. Stay tuned for Second Tuesday event themes.

TST Times: Happy Hour 6:30 – 7:00 PM, Event 7:00 – 8:30 PM

We are currently seeking a new venue for TST. Check back here and on our Facebook page for the announcement.

The Second Tuesday line-up for 2017

January 10 – MIXER
Venue – SOLO, 200 Roy St, Seattle, WA 98109
6:30 - 9:00 PM
Map is here
What a blast to be again at one of our favorite filmmaker hang spots. Val Kiossovski, rock star (really) and musician, proprietor of SOLO, has been we filmmakers friend for years. Val also created St. John Bar and Eatery on Pike in Cap Hill, another great place to be. Eat. Talk. Pund. It.
www.saintjohnsseattle.com

February 14 – SPEED NETWORKING
Hook up with a production partner or just get to know one. Bring your business cards and your sparkling personalities.
Venue – Works Progress
6:30 - 9:00 PM
www.worksprogressseattle.com/en
115 N 85th Street, Suite 202
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: 206-466-1624

March 14 – ACTIVISM AND FILM
Venue – Works Progress
www.worksprogressseattle.com/en
115 N 85th Street, Suite 202
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: 206-466-1624
6:30 - 9:00 PM
Meet & Greet: 6:30pm
Screening & Discussion: 7pm
Event goes until 9pm

More details are here »

April 11 – SHOWCASE OF YOUNG EMERGING FILMMAKERS
TST The Second Tuesday. WIF Seattle partners again with NFFTY – Our Women in Film Grant winner will also be present to receive her award too!
Venue – Works Progress
115 N. 85th St
Seattle, WA 98103
6:30 - 9:00 PM
https://www.nffty.org
Join us for a roundtable discussion with young women directors in association with NFFTY, National Film Festival for Talented Youth. Panelists include: Wynter Rhys, Danny Tayara, Krystelle Kurz, and Myisa Planc-Graham. Join us for a panel/roundtable discussion.
NFFTY festival is April 27-30, 2017. Don't miss it!

May 9 –
WOMEN IN ACTION: SUPERHEROES AND ACTION FILMS
Venue – Works Progress
115 N 85th St #202, Seattle, WA
6:30 - 9:00 PM
With the release of the Wonder Woman movie in June 2017, and the popularity of movies like The Hunger Games, Star Wars, and Mad Max: Fury Road, women led action films are on the rise. TST hosts a discussion about women’s roles in action films and women directed action films. We will discuss the genre, the role of women and what may be in store for the future.

Moderator: Isabella Price, WIF TST Chair
Panel:
Gina Marinella
Gina has played action roles from a pirate to a knight and recently lead SWAT in the short film Victory where she shot a M4 Carbine. She’s been doing stage combat for 13 years, jousting and sword fighting in The Seattle Knights. She trained with the United Stuntmens Association, On Set Arms, and Mighty Tripod Productions. One of her favorite stunts has been being lit on fire. She enjoys all aspects of stunts from performing and creating choreography through safety and prep.

Darlene Sellers
Darlene is an actress, producer, writer and has done combat work. She has directed episodes of the web series Chock Socky Boom where misfit actors are cast in an action Kung Fu series. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2767388/#director

Lisa Coronado
Lisa is an actress, writer and producer. She's been acting professionally for 15 years. Recent credits include Mrs. Hatcher in Different Drummers, Lucy in the upcoming comedy web series Wizard Wednesdays, and Pepper Jones in the new series Strowlers. You can see her on Sy-Fy's original series Z Nation in the recurring role of Dr. Merch, and inTwin Peaks, premiering 2017.
www.imdb.com/LisaCoronado Lisa is an avid gamer, you can find her on Twitch on Hyper RPG's Friday night Battle Tech show called Death From Above: Renegades. 

Carollani Sandberg
Recently, Carollani was seen on Syfy’s Z Nation, a Washington Filmworks incentive production series about a virus-caused zombie apocalypse with only one known immune survivor. Carollina has put her body on the line for many projects: twisting ankles, slippings discs, falling off an elliptical machine. She’s bled, been burned and water boarded. She’s become her own safety expert.
Sandberg supports The Pride Foundation, HRC and ASPCA and causes: Black Lives Matter, trans rights, Indigenous rights and disability rights. In her spare time she enjoys being a ski instructor, riding her solo-wheel, painting, and photography.

Join us for an exciting, action-filled discussion!


June 13 – 360 VIDEO and VR
Venue – CoMotion Labs,
4545 Roosevelt Way NE
5 PM - 9 PM

Join us for a special extended TST in June! "Women in VR", a panel discussion.
"How to Adapt Traditional Filmmaking Skills for Shooting 360 Video?" - Moderated by Amy Lillard of Washington Filmworks
Scheduled panelists: Gretchen Berger, Lacey Leavitt, Netsanet Tjirongo, and Dacia Saenz.
Special location for June TST @ CoMotion Labs, 4545 Roosevelt Way NE, 3rd Floor, Seattle, WA 98105 - Co-Hosted by SIXR

Doors open at 5:00PM, with Virtual Reality Demos provided from 5-7 PM.
SIXR: Gear VR & Augmented Reality
VRMaker Dome: HTC VIVE
Chronos Academy: HoloLens, Oculus Rift, Google Daydream
Meet and Greet with refreshments starts at 6:30PM, and panel starts at 7:00PM.
Event wraps up by 9:00PM

July 11 – NO JULY EVENT – SUMMER VACATION

August 8 – WIF BBQ!
Venue -The Mill at First Hill 1000 8th Avenue, Seattle
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Bring a dish, a bev to share, and your fun filled self and celebrate summer with us!
Join us for our annual summer gathering. This year we'll be having a potluck. Mingle with members and meet new people. We can't wait to hear how your summer has been going. This is a private event open to our members, friends and community. Please feel free to bring guests and please RSVP on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WIFSeattle/

September 12 – SPEED NETWORKING
Venue - Collective Chemistry
625 1st Ave Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98101
Pioneer Square
6:30 - 9:00 PM
TST hosts one of everyone's favorite events: Speed Networking. Bring a friend, bring your business cards and meet a filmmaker, colleague, person of interest! Practice your 3 - minute elevator pitch and join us. Find crew, an editor. Bring your business cards or anything to show and tell your filmmaking compatriots.

October 10 – MEMBERSHIP PARTY
Venue -The Mill at First Hill
1000 8th Avenue
Seattle
Venue information is here
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Join us and mingle with other members. Bring pals who are interested and would like to learn more about our organization, bring your business cards and meet a filmmaker, future colleague, or person of interest! This party is to remind you what benefits you can receive with your WIF membership and why it is important to support female leaders in our film community. TST party is open to members of all levels, both men and women. Entry for this event is FREE FOR EVERYONE

November 14 – DIRECTORS DIRECTING ACTORS
Venue -TBD
6:30 - 9:00 PM

December 12 – WIF's Holiday Party
Eat, drink, chat, be merry. Bring a beverage and a dish. Join us for good company, good food, good times and a good friends' celebration.
Venue -TBD
6:30-9:30 pm

Second TUESDAY VENUES:

WIF venues for TST change each month, check here for information re: location and on the WIF facebook page. Some WIF venues are:

The Mill at First Hill
The Speakeasy Room
1000 8th Avenue
Seattle
Venue information is here

CoMotion Labs
4545 Roosevelt Way NE #400
Seattle
See the map here

SIFF Film Center
WIF often has screenings and workshops at SIFF Film Center in Seattle Center, Northwest Rooms (formerly the Alki Room) located next to The Vera Project. Go here for map »

PARKING: When WIF has an event at SIFF Film Center, members may park free in the SIFF lot near the SIFF Uptown Theater. Parking is available in the lot at 19 W Republican St. and 414 1st Ave W – 6 pm-2 am M-F and 10 am-2 am Sat, Sun, holidays (The lot is on the corner of 1st Ave W and Republican) After parking, go to will call at SIFF Uptown Theater, get a pass and put it on your windshield.

 

Please keep checking for event information and watch for your newsletter and e-blasts from WIF.