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How Pickford’s Susie Purves helped transform the Bellingham film scene

Staff, volunteers, board members will keep independent theater alive in new space

Susie Purves sitting alone in a theatre on one of the many rows of blue chairs.
Susie Purves, executive director of the Pickford Film Center since 2014, sits in one of the theaters at the space at 1318 Bay St. June 15. The nonprofit is wrapping up its capital campaign for the Pickford on Grand by offering up seat-naming plaques for the new venue on Grand Avenue — which will allow even cinema. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Margaret Bikman CDN Contributor
Susie Purves, executive director of Bellingham’s Pickford Film Center, admittedly likes to blow th

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