Vouchers

SIFF Member, Volunteer, and other SIFF Cinema complimentary screening vouchers may be used for the films listed on this page. 3D features and special engagements require double vouchers, meaning two (2) vouchers per ticket. Please see individual listings for more details, including screening dates and times.

Complimentary screening vouchers may be exchanged in person at the SIFF Cinema Box Offices for tickets.

Note: Seattle International Film Festival vouchers are not valid for SIFF Cinema programming.


Strictly Ballroom

April 20, 2014

Australia | 1992 | 94 Minutes

Director Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!) first burst on the scene with this bright, off-beat tale of an unconventional ballroom dancer who partners with a clueless beginner in an attempt to win the Australian Pan Pacific Championships and show the Ballroom Confederation that they are wrong when they say, "there are no new steps!"

Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo

April 20, 2014

USA | 1984 | 94 Minutes

When a local community center is threatened with demolition, the Breakin' crew of Kelly, Ozone, and Turbo must face off against a new threat—the Electro Rockers—in a series of exuberant, near-surreal dance sequences. Plus, watch for a young Ice T doing his thing during the big showdown.

Rosemary's Baby

May 11

Mother's Day from Hell!

USA | 1968 | 136 Minutes

Nothing says "I love you, Mom" like turning her into an unholy vessel that will give birth to the dark lord, unleashing Hell-on-Earth. So grab your mother and head on down for a special Mother's Day screening of Roman Polanski's terrifying thriller about a young woman who discovers that her unborn child is controlling her life.

Godzilla: The Japanese Original

May 2 - 8, 2014

Japan | 1954 | 96 Minutes

Uncut, uncensored, and undubbed, the original “Monster of Mass Destruction” returns to the big screen like you’ve never seen him before, fully restored with 40 minutes of unseen footage and completely revised subtitles.

Godzilla vs Destoroyah

May 2

Japan | 1995 | 103 Minutes

The final film of the Heisi era (aka the "Vs. Series") finds the monster's nuclear core on the road to meltdown, just as Godzilla's must face his most powerful enemy, a nefarious creature from the deep known as The Oxygen Destroyer. This was originally intended to be the final Godzilla film from Toho, until 1998's American version caused such outrage that they quickly resuscitated the series.

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monster All-Out Attack

May 3

Japan | 2001 | 105 Minutes

Pre-show Godzilla burlesque performance by Scarlett O'Hairdye. Godzilla returns to badass bad-guy status, this time with the ultra-evil look of no pupils, forcing a Japanese mystic to summon the sacred Yamato (aka Earth Guardians): Mothra, Ghidorah and Baragon. Time for a giant monster smackdown!

It Came From Beneath the Sea

May 5

USA | 1955 | 79 Minutes

The same year Godzilla began terrorizing American audiences, producer Charles Schneer and special-effects legend Ray Harryhausen created this atomic-mutated, radioactive, giant octopus thriller, featuring the glorious stop-motion destruction of San Francisco's greatest landmarks.

Mothra

May 3

Japan | 1961 | 88 Minutes

The first female beast in the Toho giant-monster line-up, Mothra appears a giant larva worshipped by island tribesmen and guarded by inch-high twin sisters (cute!), then transforms into a beautiful giant moth and takes on the Japanese air force. Original Japanese version with English subtitles.

King Kong

May 4 - 7, 2014

USA | 1933 | 100 Minutes

The original story of the 50-foot-ape remains one of the most exciting and well-made adventure movies of all time and is filled with iconic movie moments: the arrival at the mysterious Skull Island, Kong fighting with dinosaurs, Fay Wray in the giant ape's hand, and of course the final showdown at the top of the Empire State Building.

Gorgo

May 6

United Kingdom | 1961 | 78 Minutes

This cheesy mock-zilla feature mixes the legends of Godzilla and King Kong, Anglicizes them, and then sends a giant monster to flatten London. A quickie attempt to capitalize on the kaiju craze, Gorgo was a favorite of the cult series "Mystery Science Theatre 3000".

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