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SIFF 2017 Preview: Northwest Connections

Get your calendars out and get ready to plan your screenings of NW films this year! Northwest Connections at SIFF honors films that are connected to the Puget Sound region—celebrating cinema filmed in and around Seattle, local filmmakers, and local actors. Helmed by The Stranger Genius Award winner Webster Crowell, Rocketmen looks like a fun time. […]

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SIFF 2017 Preview: Face the Music

IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR! The 43rd Seattle International Film Festival kicks off this Thursday night, and TIG is stoked to see all the amaze Face the Music screenings they have lined up. Documentaries reign supreme this year, covering everything from EDM to opera—plus there’s a few incredible live events lined up […]

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SIFF 2014: Closing Weekend Highlights

The end of this year’s cinema mega-thon is nigh, and if you’ve slacked on your SIFFage there’s still time to do something about it. Here I present to you seven sure-fire hits that I personally guarantee will provide you some major cinematic enjoyment, all unspooling (digitally) over the next few days. DON’T MISS: The Great […]

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Promised Land

{Promised Land opens in Seattle Friday December 28th at the Regal Meridian 16 and Lincoln Square Cinemas (in Bellevue) } Promised Land starring Matt Damon is your best choice this weekend if you're seeking a picturesque tale of how America's rural heartland is in danger of being steamrolled by big energy with a bit of […]

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The Skin I Live In

{The Skin I Live In opened in Seattle on Friday, November 4, and is screening at The Egyptian Theater and Lincoln Square Cinemas} Horror overtones, debatable black comedy, and maybe a fair amount of yuck/ewwww mash together to create a memorable — if not altogether compelling — mix in the latest film by Pedro Almodóvar. […]

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