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April 27USA | 2015 | 90 Minutes | Ross Katz
Sneak Preview with star in person! – Apr 27
Nick Kroll in person! Actor/comedian Nick Kroll ("Kroll Show", "The League") stars in this heart-felt indie comedy about a New Yorker who loses everything and is forced to move in with his sister's family in the suburbs – where he becomes their unlikely "manny." Co-starring Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannavale.
May 2USA | 2013 | 102 Minutes | Jennifer Lee
Sing along with Disney's Academy Award winning and beloved girl-powerful musical, complete with subtitles and free inflatable Princess wands. Film preceded by a sneak preview of SIFF 2015 Films4Familes programs.
April 30 - May 3, 2015USA | 2014 | 80 min | Mike Attie , Meghan O'Hara
Film subjects in person Thu Apr 30 | This probing documentary goes deep into the Oregon woods, where a unique band of brothers, many of them veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, gather together to recreate a war that a whole generation would rather forget: Vietnam.
May 8 - 13, 2015USA | 2015 | 78 Minutes | Albert Maysles
The final film from documentary legend Albert Maysles (Grey Gardens) looks at 93-year-old fashionista Iris Apfel, a quick-witted, flamboyantly dressed style maven who has had an outsized presence on the New York fashion scene for decades.
Now PlayingUSA | 2015 | 132 Minutes | Brett Morgen
Exclusive Engagement, One Week Only! The first authorized portrait of Seattle music icon Kurt Cobain, this raw and visceral journey through his life and career unfolds through the lens of his home movies, recordings, artwork, photography, and journals.
April 18, 2015USA | 1975 | 100 minutes | Jim Sharman
Don't dream it, be it! Join us for the ultimate midnight movie experience filled with camp, horror, sex, music, audience participation, and general insanity. With live shadow casting by Vicarious Theatre Company and interactive prop bags available for purchase.
April 18, 2015USA | 1982 | 116 minutes | Sydney Pollack
Tootsie is one of the greatest comedies ever made. Dustin Hoffman's pitch-perfect performance as a female soap opera star was blessed with a spectacular cinematic foundation by director Sydney Pollack. Film scholar Warren Etheredge will facilitate our dissection of the comedic art as we evaluate how this brilliant screenplay came to hilarious life.