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Your Sisters Sister 2

SIFF 2012 Preview: Northwest Connections

I’m always most excited about SIFF’s Northwest Connections showcase, and more so this year than ever, since Lynn Shelton’s Your Sister’s Sister is screening on opening night! If I had my way, a film by a Seattle director would ALWAYS open the fest. But uh, until I’m charge, I guess that probably won’t happen. Anyway! […]

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We Have a Pope

{We Have a Pope opened in Seattle this past Friday and is screening at the Landmark Guild 45th now} When the Pope passes, all of the catholic churches Cardinals gather within the Vatican to choose their next spiritual leader. Vote after vote is taken until a consensus emerges. The honored recipient being a far from obvious […]

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Janie Jones

{Janie Jones opens in Seattle on Friday, 10/28 and is screening at SIFF Cinema at The Uptown}  There are no shortage of films dealing with estranged father/daughter relationships, especially in the indie realm – so I was naturally a bit apprehensive about taking a look at Janie Jones: the story of a selfish rocker who […]

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Recommended Viewing: Local Sightings Film Festival at NWFF {9/30-10/6}

I really do feel so lucky every day to live in a city where film is so important. You guys, it's time for another film festival!!! Starting tomorrow, the Northwest Film Forum is hosting the 14th Annual Local Sightings Film Festival, which showcases awesome indie films made in the Northwest.  The opening night film {Friday, […]

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