SIFF

Seattle International Film Festival
6:00 am
Thu May 22, 2014

Director Of 'Lucky Them' Proud To Showcase At SIFF A Film Set And Shot In Seattle

This year’s Seattle International Film Festival features a movie set and shot in Seattle by a Seattle filmmaker. 

Director Megan Griffiths' film “Lucky Them” kicks off the Renton portion of SIFF Thursday night. 

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humanosphere
3:11 pm
Fri May 3, 2013

Seattle doc makes doc film to draw attention to mental illness

Delaney Ruston spent a lot of her early days as a physician working in clinics for the poor and disenfranchised, like Berkeley Free Clinic and, later, Seattle’s Pike Market Medial Clinic with a few of area’s leading and long-time health activists Les Pittle and Joe Martin.

“Early on, I kept wondering why we, the medical community, usually just communicated by giving talks and writing reports, said Delaney. Why, she wondered, did the medical community not make better use of video, especially as a form of physician-doctor communication, since it is so emotionally compelling, personal and we’re such visual animals?

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SIFF
9:55 am
Thu May 2, 2013

SIFF 2013 tickets on sale today

Tickets go on sale today for the 39th annual Seattle International Film Festival. SIFF is set to feature more than 300 films, special guests, and film workshops. 

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Artscape
9:03 am
Sun May 22, 2011

It's movie festival time and these folks are film crazy

Mary Bond and her son Ira talk movies at their Seattle home. Bond has a Full Series Pass for this year's Seattle International Film Festival and she's become a movie resource for her son, who is also a film nut.
Florangela Davila

If you’re crazy about films, then this is the time of year when you’re over the moon. Over 25 days, the Seattle International Film Festival shows 450 movies at 20 venues in and around Seattle.
 
Among the ordinary festival-goer is a special type of film fan: those who don’t sleep, mow the lawn, or spend time with friends or family unless they’re with them at the movies.

These are the approximately 400 folks who have a full series pass, who may see around 100 films or so per festival.

A few tips if you wish to be this die-hard:

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