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Jappeloup

October 26, 2014

France | 2013 | 129 minutes | Christian Duguay

Jappeloup is the inspirational true story of one man and his horse, who together achieved one of France's greatest Olympic victories. This triumphant tale of determination will have you cheering the pair on all the way to its rousing climax. 

The Last Diamond

October 28, 2014

France | 2014 | 109 minutes | Eric Barbier

Actress Bérénice Bejo scheduled to attend

The Florentine, a fabled, 137-carat yellow diamond last seen in 1918, has resurfaced and is up for auction. Simon, a master thief and ex-con on probation is coerced into taking on the biggest, riskiest theft of his career, one that involves a long con with the diamond’s dangerously seductive owner, Julia. No one is who they seem to be in this thrilling and sophisticated heist movie.

The Last Patrol

November 5

USA | 2014 | 86 Minutes | Sebastian Junger

In his latest film probing the up-close-and-personal faces of combat, journalist/filmmaker Sebastian Junger (The Perfect Storm) explores the shared struggles that soldiers and war correspondents are confronted with, mentally and emotionally, upon returning home. Sebastian Junger scheduled to attend.

Left Foot Right Foot

October 25, 2014

Switzerland | 2013 | 105 minutes | Germinal Roaux

A pair of young hard-partying lovers are forced to grow up fast in photographer Germinal Roux’s first feature, a beautiful elegy on the loss of innocence elevated by stunning black-and-white cinematography and mesmerizing music.

Leopardi

November 16

Italy | 2014 | 137 minutes | Mario Martone

A luminously beautiful biopic of the celebrated eighteenth-century Italian poet, essayist and philosopher Giacomo Leopardi, who created immortal verse whilst struggling with a debilitating illness.

Life is a Bed of Roses

October 25, 2014

France | 1983 | 110 minutes | Alain Resnais

Alain Resnais pays tribute to three influential French filmmakers Georges Melies, Marcel L Herbier and Eric Rohmer with this lighthearted film about happiness and the power of the imagination.

The Lives of Others

October 21, 2014

Germany | 2006 | Film: 137 min | Discussion: 30 min | Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's Oscar-winning first film features an impeccable thriller woven throughout the surveillance of an artistic couple. Art and media scholar Johanna Gosse will be on hand for a post-screening discussion which will focus on the film's representation of surveillance, today's surveillance culture, and is there any way that society can avoid the seemingly inevitable surveillance state. 

Love Is Strange

October 27, 2014

USA | 2014 | 94 Minutes | Ira Sachs

After nearly four decades together, Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) finally tie the knot in an idyllic wedding ceremony in lower Manhattan. But when George loses his job soon after, the couple must sell their apartment and temporarily live apart until they can find an affordable new home.

Love Me

November 22

90 minutes |

Seattle Turkish Film Festival
A Ukrainian woman with a fear of loneliness. A Turkish man begrudgingly loyal to family and tradition... Sprinkled with hilarious notes of cultural clashes and an endearing display of the kindness of strangers, this idiosyncratic "comedy drama" will warm hearts in the most unexpected way.

Lovers

October 25, 2014

France | 2014 | 95 minutes | Emmanuel Mouret

Romantic melodrama in all its moody glory is the raison d'être for this sumptuous, South of France-set tale. A famous pianist (Jasmine Trinca) and her working class lover (Joey Starr) find the path to happiness blocked by the man's unforgiving ex (Virginie Ledoyen).

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