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Final Girls

October 9 - 15, 2015

USA | 2015 | 88 Minutes | Todd Strauss-Schulson

SIFF Film Center | One Week Only, Exclusive Presentation
In this blood-soaked comedy a teenager (Taissa Farmiga) and her friends find themselves trapped inside their favorite movie–an 80s slasher film titled “Camp Bloodbath”–and now they must break all the rules of the genre to survive!

Finding Gastón

September 20, 2015

Peru | 2014 | 75 minutes | Patricia Perez

In this joyful tour of Peruvian gastronomy, award-winning chef and Peru's unofficial ambassador of cuisine, Gastón Acurio, proves that the best food nourishes the soul as well as the body.

Finding Vivian Maier

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USA | 2013 | 83 Minutes | John Maloof, Charlie Siskel

Now considered one of the 20th century’s greatest street photographers, Vivian Maier was a mysterious nanny who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that went unseen during her lifetime.

The Heart of the Game

October 13

USA | 2005 | 87 Minutes | Ward Serrill

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Big Screen Classics
10th Anniversary, with director Ward Serrill and film subjects in person!
Released in 2005 by Miramax Films to wide critical acclaim, this thrilling and humanistic documentary is a portrait of Seattle's Roosevelt High School girls' basketball team, as their eccentric new coach and troubled star player transformed the struggling team into serious contenders.

How To Dance In Ohio

October 7

USA | 2015 | 88 Minutes | Alexandra Shiva

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Free Screening, RSVP here
In Columbus, Ohio, a group of young people with an array of developmental challenges prepares for an iconic event - a spring formal dance.

It's Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong

September 17, 2015

USA | 2015 | 79 minutes | Emily Ting

Opening Night Film & Party – Sep 17

Director Emily Ting scheduled to attend. In this sparkling walk-and-talk romance set in the city of Hong Kong, an attraction forms between a Chinese American woman (Jamie Chung, Eden) visiting for the first time, and a handsome American expat (Bryan Greenberg) who escorts her through the nighttime streets pulsing with energy and possibility.

Join us after the film for our Opening Night Party at Capitol Cider!

The Latin Explosion: A New America

November 4

USA | 2015 | 90 Minutes (approx) | Matthew O’Neill and Jon Alpert

SIFF Cinema Uptown | Free Screening, RSVP link coming soon
Celebrate the dazzling array of Latino artists and visionaries – from Desi Arnaz to Shakira and everyone in between – who have become global superstars and have influenced every aspect of American society, from culture to politics to the economy.

Miss You Already

September 19, 2015

USA | 2015 | 112 minutes | Catherine Hardwicke

Director Catherine Hardwicke explores the power of BFFs, as two childhood best friends (Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore) find their lives turned upside down when one discovers sheÍs pregnant just as the other learns she has breast cancer.

A Nightmare on Elm Street

October 2, 2015

USA | 1984 | 101 Minutes | Wes Craven

SIFF Cinema Egyptian | Midnight Adrenaline: Tribute to Wes Craven
Director Wes Craven’s terrifying masterpiece - one filled with truly terrifying dream sequences and, yikes!, finger knives - launched one of the most successful horror franchises in history. Visit our Freddy Krueger photo booth on the way into the show, and receive a free popcorn if you come dressed as your favorite character from any of the Elm Street films!

The People Under the Stairs

October 3, 2015

USA | 1991 | 102 Minutes | Wes Craven

SIFF Cinema Egyptian | Midnight Adrenaline: Tribute to Wes Craven
One of Wes Craven most unusual and subversively funny films, this suburban horror story stars Everett McGill and Wendy Robie (aka “Twin Peaks” residents Ed and Nadine Hurley) as a twisted, incestuous couple who keep kidnapped children locked inside their labyrinthine home.