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Infinity Baby

SIFF Review: Infinity Baby

Honestly I’m still turning Infinity Baby over and over in my mind because I’m not quite sure how I feel about it. On the one hand, it’s biting satire about a not-so-distant future where abortion has been made illegal {augh! too close to home!!!} and advancements in stem cell research have produced a genetic goof: […]

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TIG EXCLUSIVE: NEW TRACK PREMIERE FROM PICKWICK + TICKET GIVEAWAY!

We’ve got a delicious treat for your Tuesday! We’re excited to have an exclusive track premiere from Seattle’s own Pickwick, called “Light It Up (Let It Burn).” The track features a spooky organ and a low riff with a sinister bent, joined by a dancing, delicate chorus in falsetto from singer Galen Disston. It’s definitely a departure from Pickwick’s previous […]

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Without Name

SIFF Review: Without Name {May 28, June 2, June 4}

I’ve never heard of “hallucinogenic eco-terror” before, but it’s definitely the perfect way to describe Without Name. Surveyor Eric {Alan McKenna. He has such a nice face! I really like his face} heads out into the middle of an Irish forest to escape his falling-apart marriage and try to save his business. The forest is […]

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SIFF TAKE: Dean {May 27}

Demetri Martin makes his directorial debut with Dean, a spiritual descendent of Wes Anderson and mumblecore rom-coms that sways gamely between tentative and confident before ultimately settling on a sort of quirky but lovely sincerity. Kevin Klein and Mary Steenburgen burnish their reputations as national treasures, giving it with both barrels apiece, and Briga Heelan […]

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