Featured Films & Events

SIFF Film Center | Exclusive Presentation
Friday, February 24th | Live Skype Q&A with Scott Freiman!
Join us for the second film in the Deconstructing The Beatles series as famed composer and musician Scott Freiman takes us through a tour of the innovation at play in Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band!

Get Out

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SIFF Cinema Egyptian 
Funny man Jordan Peele's first directorial feature is a tense thriller and allegory for our times. When a young African-American man visits his white girlfriend's family estate, he becomes ensnared in a more sinister real reason for the invitation. Closed Captioning Available.

Vouchers are not currently being accepted for this film.

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Special Event!
This marks the 12th year of the Oscar® nominated short films theatrical experience.  Don't miss the only opportunity to watch the nominated shorts before the 89th Annual Academy Awards® on February 26th. 

SIFF is proud to host 2 of the 3 categories - the Animated and Live Action Programs - which will be featured and screened separately.

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Special Event! 
This marks the 12th year of the Oscar® nominated short films theatrical experience.  Don't miss the only opportunity to watch the nominated shorts before the 89th Annual Academy Awards® on February 26th.

SIFF is proud to host 2 of the 3 categories - the Animated and Live Action Programs - which will be featured and screened separately.

Toni Erdmann

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SIFF Cinema Uptown
Nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Foreign Language Film.
A reluctant woman (Sandra Hüller) must spend time with her estranged father (Peter Simonischek) when he comes for a surprise visit. Directed by SIFF favorite Maren Ade (Hedi Schneider Is Stuck), the film has garnered Best Foreign Film awards from both the National Film Critics and the New York Critics Circle. Closed Captioning Available.

I Am Not Your Negro

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SIFF Cinema Egyptian | Ends Feb 16
SIFF Cinema Uptown | Starting Feb 17
Oscar® nominee for Best Documentary.
Director Raoul Peck envisions the book James Baldwin never finished - "Remember This House,"  a radical narration about race in America, through the lives and assassinations of three of his friends: Martin Luther King Jr., Medgar Evers and Malcolm X. using only the writer's original words. Closed Captioning Available.