Featured Films

A middle-aged woman, wheelchair-bound for the last two years, invites her three friends over for a long birthday weekend in this drama about marriage, friendship, betrayal, and survival. Director Madoka Raine and actors Yvonne Woods, Brian Slaten, and Jenni Blong scheduled to attend.

Ravi, an unlucky-in-love Indian-American, gives up on the Western ways of finding a mate and tries a little traditional matchmaking Indian advice—from his own parents. What could go wrong? A witty and uproarious commentary on the clash between traditional and modern courtship. Producer Janet Eckholm scheduled to attend.

The Studio 54 Experience

May 29

Fri May 29 | Neptune Theatre

Go beyond watching a film and be part of the magic. For one night only, the Neptune Theatre becomes Club Studio 54: complete with disco atmosphere, dance lessons, classic music videos, and live performances by actor-comedian-dancer Mark Siano (“Seattle Vice,” “Modern Luv,” “The Soft Rock Kid”). This is SIFF like you've never experienced it before!

Joining forces with activists, photographers, and scientists, Oscar®-winning documentarian Louie Psihoyos (The Cove, 2009) explores the deadly impact humans have on more than half of the world’s species. This exceptional documentary dramatically brings the realities of extinction in a startlingly urgent call to action. Director Louie Psihoyos and co-producer Gina Papabeis scheduled to attend.

A vibrant, human, living and breathing chronicle of this pivotal movement that birthed a new revolutionary culture in America with rare archival footage with the voices of the police, FBI informants, journalists, white supporters and detractors, and those who remained loyal to the party and those who left it. Subject Ericka Huggins scheduled to attend.

Middle-aged David Lamb's life is in upheaval when he convinces an 11-year-old girl to join him on a road trip. Based on the novel by Bonnie Nadzam, Lamb explores the morality of these unlikely travelers and whether their journey across America can truly mend the disconnect between people and nature. Director Ross Partridge, producer Mel Eslyn, and cinematographer Nathan Miller scheduled to attend.