SEATTLE DEAF FILM FESTIVAL
An Update on Seattle Deaf Film Festival 2020
On March 11, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee announced proactive measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, including a ban on all events over 250 people, with a prohibition on smaller events if they are unable to conform to social distancing requirements. The press conference is available here.
SDFF is one of Deaf Spotlight'ss most treasured events, giving us the opportunity to gather and watch new works by Deaf and hard of hearing filmmakers. After careful consideration, we have come to the conclusion that we must postpone SDFF 2020. We made this decision out of deep care for the health and safety of our community.
All current tickets will be honored, and further ticket sales are suspended for the time being. We will resume sales once we have a new date, which will be announced later this year. More details will be announced when available.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. We look forward to continuing to explore, create, and share artistic inspirations with the community.
Thank you for your understanding. If you have questions, you may reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seattle Deaf Film Festival (SDFF) is one of the biggest Deaf film festivals in the world. Over three days, we will present long and short films that span all genres to showcase the Deaf and hard of hearing experience. All films will be captioned for accessibility.
We believe in cultivating a vibrant community of emerging and experienced Deaf filmmakers, actors, and producers. Join us to see various short and feature films by members of the Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing community!
SDFF 2020 SPONSORS:
SDFF Festival Director
Deaf Spotlight Executive Director