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SeaDoc Seattle Documentary Film Community Annual Potluck Partay

Posted by Leonard on January, 30, 2014

Seattle’s community of documentary filmmakers and lovers is such a vibrant scene. I went the other night to the annual party of the Seattle Documentary Association and had a great time. The group organizes activities for the Puget Sound documentary film community to grow as filmmakers, support one another, creatively energize and have fun. My friends Patricia and Karl hosted a killer potluck, there was a screening room with people sharing work and endless great conversations to be had. To my joy, I was chatting with folks involved in making films about South Asia and the Himalayas, with Amy Benson and Scott Squire (The Girl Who Knew Too Much), Rita Meher (Director of Tasveer, Seattle South Asian Film and Seattle South Asian Documentary Film Festivals) and Eric Koto who’s working on a film about preserving the music and cultural heritage of Ladakh, and Delaney Ruston who makes films about global mental health issues.

With Rita Meher, Dan McComb, Erik Koto, and Amy Benson

With Rita Meher, Dan McComb, Erik Koto, and Amy Benson. Photo by Scott Squire


With Rita Maher of Tasveer and South Asian film groups of Seattle, and Lisa Cooper of Beyond Naked. Photo by Scott Squire of The Girl Who Knew Too Much

With Rita Maher of Tasveer and South Asian film groups of Seattle, and Lisa Cooper of Beyond Naked. Photo by Scott Squire




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