With scenes from across Capitol Hill, film exploring depression and suicide makes Seattle debut

A scene shoot across the bay in West Seattle (Image: Seattle.gov)

A scene shoot across the bay in West Seattle (Image: Seattle.gov)

A film with many scenes shot around Capitol Hill — including the old Bauhaus and St. Mark’s, Elliott Bay Book Co., and “several private properties on Federal Ave E, and Harvard Ave E”  – will make its Seattle debut this week in a co-presentation by the Northwest Film Forum and Cinerama. Wednesday’s Cinerama screening of Nothing Against Life will include a Q&A following the film with many of the cast and crew in attendance. Wednesday’s screening benefits Youth Suicide Prevention Program-Washington.

Come celebrate with us the Seattle premiere of Nothing Against Life ! (www.nothingagainstlife.com) We are excited to share the film with the remarkable local community that has supported our efforts from beginning to end, and it gives us all a great deal of pleasure to support the important work of Youth Suicide Prevention Program-Washington. Helping create a space for dialogue about suicide and mental health was always one of our main goals in making the film. Several of our amazing cast and crew members will be attending the premiere.

Tickets available through Cinerama’s website. Invite your friends- http://www.cinerama.com/ComingSoon.aspx

Doors open at 6:00pm, with a brief introduction held at 6:45pm, and the film screening starting at 7:00pm. Q&A to follow.

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