Come watch Girl Scout-made films and enjoy in-person digital storytelling workshops at this multi-day event in partnership with the Seattle International Film Festival, the Museum of Popular Culture, and KCTS 9. You’ll learn about video production, storyboard writing, and how to pursue a career in the media.
This fall, tell your epic tales in a short film and submit it for the 2022 Girl Scouts of Western Washington Film Festival! New and current* Girl Scouts who submit a film will even get their membership fees covered for the upcoming Girl Scout year. Then, join us on November 5 and 6 for our IN-PERSON film festival at the Seattle Center celebrating all ages of filmmakers in Girl Scouts of Western Washington! Awards will be given to the winners of our nine categories.
November 5 will cater to Girl Scout Daisies-Juniors (grades K-5) and Sunday will cater to Girl Scout Cadettes-Ambassadors (grades 6-12). We’ll end each night with a red carpet award show, where the award-winning filmmakers can be recognized and celebrated by their peers.
Have questions about the film festival? Please contact Natalie Monahan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Girl Scouts who have yet to renew their membership may have their fees covered when they submit a film. However, we cannot reimburse fees for members who have already renewed.
Are you ready to participate in our 2022 Girl Scouts of Western Washington Film Festival by submitting a film? Submit your masterpiece by October 7.
Please fill out our submission form in order to enter your Girl Scout-made
video into our 2022 film festival.
Clearly Name Your Video File:
Who Can Enter:
Those who participate in one of Girl Scouts of Western Washington’s digital storytelling programs will be given priority entry in the film festival. You do not need to submit a video from the program you attend. The film you submit should still fit the video requirements.
Get your ticket to attend the film festival and gain access to a full day of fun. Tickets cost $5.00 for youth and adults, and are sold separately for each day (November 5 will cater to Girl Scout Daisies-Juniors (grades K-5) and Sunday will cater to Girl Scout Cadettes-Ambassadors (grades 6-12).
Each ticket includes a swag bag full of goodies, including:
Artful Animation: “Cookie Dough the Hamster Does Ballet” by Lillian W
Entrepreneur Excellence: “LIVE! Cookie News Network Report” by Megan W
Girl Scout Spirit: “Creepy Cookie Video” by Lily S
Life Hacks and Skills: “Mixed Emotions” by Troop 47057 (Beya A, Enid R, Lacey P, and Tori W)
Inspired by STEAM: “Mia and Brittani’s Greatest Galaxy Adventure” by Brooke G
Outdoor Appreciation: “Saving the Magical Forest” by Troop 41330 (Allison, Ambie, Cecilia, Kayla, Maren, Sabina, Serenity, and Theah)
Take Action: “Be a Superhero” by Evelyn K
Artful Animation: “The Wish” by Cypress M
Entrepreneur Excellence: “C3PO's Cookie Freakout” by Samantha S
Girl Scout Spirit: “Kindness” by Makena F
Life Hacks and Skills: “KCQ10 Episode 9: Before & After Shots” by Heidi F
Inspired by STEAM: “The Inventor’s Story” by Troop 44091 (Audrey B, Sophia D, Nira Jain J, Lucy R, and Maggie S)
Outdoor Appreciation: “Nature Infomercial” by Troop 45365 (Alice S, Amelia W, Caoimhe P, Cimeren G, Isabella P, Kate S, Lila D, Molly M, and Ruth S)
Take Action: “Earth Day, Recycling, & Upcycling” by Sarah Z and Alden G
Award winners' films will be presented on the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) Channel*, available virtually across the US!
*Some SIFF content may not be suitable for all Girl Scout audiences. Girl Scouts of Western Washington is not responsible for the content presented on SIFF's streaming channel.