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Maya grows up in a hive with strict rules, and has several conflicts with the Queen’s royal adviser. When she learns the bees are about to fight with hornets, she sets out to prevent a nasty battle.

In the light of the Governor's March 11 announcement about prohibiting events larger than 250 due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak in Snohomish County, the Everett Film Festival has decided to postpone our event until later in the year. We make this decision with great difficulty but we want to ensure that our volunteers, patrons, and presenters, as well as employees of the Everett Performing Arts Center, stay safe and healthy.

We fully intend to hold the festival later this year but at this time, we don't have a date set. As soon as the new date has been determined, the information will be posted.

Please stay safe and stay well. We look forward to seeing you at the 23rd Everett Film Festival in the next few months.

Thank You.

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors…

Barb Lamoureux
Judy Matheson
Phil Bannon Jr
James Abbot
Jean Van Hollebeke


Robin and Rachel Foster
Ron and Nancy Larsen
Tom and Abbi Gish
Trygve Anderson
Sayuri Yoshida

More than just a film festival

Our annual festival is a full experience. Aside from the eclectic mix of entertaining and informative films, enjoy complimentary tastings of Everett’s finest eateries at our Sips N’ Snacks and a chance to win some fabulous raffle prizes! Ticket are available now.

A look through the lens of remarkable women

The Everett Film Festival offers engaging and thought-provoking films from around the country and across the globe with a unique look into the lives of women through documentaries, feature films, animations, and film shorts.