2nd Annual SPLIFF Film Festival - Seattle
The SPLIFF Film Festival is where filmmakers, artists, animators, and stoners share original film shorts exploring stoner themes. From serious takes on pot culture to stoner comedy to mind-blowing weirdness—they all have a home at SPLIFF. Creative types of all stripes entertain, challenge, and amaze SPLIFF audiences with short films that examine and/or celebrate cannabis and its liberating effects on our imaginations, appetites, libidos, and creative energies. At SPLIFF, you’ll see films that will make you laugh, films that will make you think, and films that will make you ask, “What the fuck was that?!” SPLIFF is a film festival by stoners, for stoners.
Artists, filmmakers, and other creators are invited to make and submit short films—4:20 maximum length—for the first annual SPLIFF. We’re seeking films that explore the meaning, pleasures, and culture of cannabis. Trippy films, comedic shorts, quickie documentaries, parodies of anti-pot educational films (think Reefer Madnessridiculousness or D.A.R.E. scare tactics), mind fucks, pot-influenced journeys, films about pot as a pleasure and pot as a medicine—all these have a home at SPLIFF.
Fri, Apr 17 at 7pm at The Egyptian Theatre
Fri, Apr 17 at 9:30pm at The Egyptian Theatre
Sat, Apr 18 at 6pm at The Egyptian Theatre