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Origins Lost at Sea Director Lady Scribe featured with her mother in Seattle

Origins: Lost at SEA Screening

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March 5, 2023
Add to Calendar 2024-03-05 19:00:00 2024-03-05 20:00:00 Origins: Lost at SEA Screening Join Cascade PBS for a preview of the new documentary series, Origins: Lost at SEA, followed by a discussion with the filmmaker. SIFF Cinema Uptown 511 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109 United States Cascade PBS webmasters@kcts9.org America/Los_Angeles public
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7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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SIFF Cinema Uptown
511 Queen Anne Avenue North,
Seattle, WA 98109
United States

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Free with RSVP

Join Cascade PBS for a screening of new documentary series, Origins: Lost at Sea followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Lady Scribe, and key characters. This special event is the debut of the series and chance to look behind the curtain at how the project came together.



Origins: Lost at Sea director Lady Scribe shares personal experiences of growing up Black in Seattle and the impacts of gentrification on the Central District. As displacement is an unfortunate reality for many Black residents in Seattle, community members provide glimpses into the challenges faced by marginalized communities in the city past and present. Through conversations with artists, business owners and community leaders, we learn how Black Seattle residents rise above challenges and refuse to be driven out of the city.


Lady Scribe is a publicist and planner at SRE Media Group. She has specialized in public relations, travel and event management for over 25 years. Lady Scribe is an avid lover of film, music, spoken word and exotic destinations. She’s also the founder of The Seattle Sound Music Awards and Family Foundation, a platform championing Seattle’s independent artists and creative community. Lady Scribe is a promising filmmaker and is dedicated to broadening arts and culture in Washington state.


The evening will also include the official unveiling of the second docuseries initiative from Cascade PBS, Origins. This annual grant will reward a local documentary filmmaker $40,000 to produce a series grounded in ancestry, connection, culture, influence, and that reflect our place, values and people. Find out more at this event!

As a Thank You to our Members, Cascade PBS Members enjoy priority seating (reserved until 10 mins prior to show) and complimentary popcorn! Not a member yet? Learn more about year-round member benefits and exclusive perks at KCTS9.org/donate

Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible. Assistive Listening devices, Closed Captioning, and Descriptive Listening devices available upon request. View SIFF policy here. Please call 206-464-5830 or email info@siff.net.

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