The 41st Seattle International Film Festival is here! With 450 feature-length films at the ready, the festival is bigger and more prolific than ever before. Parties, galas, interviews, red carpet events, and big adventures await.
The festival runs from May 14 through June 7 and for all the details, visit the home of the Seattle International Film Festival, www.siff.net.
DAY TWO – MAY 15, 2015
- Check out Sean’s guide featuring coverage from The Seattle Times, the Everett Herald, the Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, and more!
- Seattle film critics Adam Gehrke, Sara Michelle Fetters, and Brian Zitzelman talk the week’s new movies and kick off their SIFF coverage with an interview with former Seattle film writer John Portanova, whose debut film Valley of the Sasquatch premieres during the festival on May 24.
THE 21 FILMS PLAYING TODAY
SIFF Cinema Uptown Theatre #1:
SIFF Cinema Uptown Theatre #2:
SIFF Cinema Uptown Theatre #3:
Lincoln Square in Bellevue:
NEED MORE INFO?
To learn more about SIFF and the Seattle International Film Festival, click here!
To see the alphabetical listing of all 450 films playing this year’s festival, click here!
For ticket information, click here!
For a calendar of all events happening at SIFF 2015, click here!
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