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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.


Rudderless

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USA | 2014 | 105 Minutes

The directorial debut of actor and Emmy-winning screenwriter William H. Macy, Rudderless is a sensitive and surprising drama about a grieving father (Billy Crudup) who discovers the music left behind after his college-aged son's death, which encourages him to form a rock band with a talented young musician (Anton Yelchin).

Awake: the Life of Yogananda

October 24 - 30, 2014

USA | 2014 | 87 minutes

Paramahansa Yogananda is considered the “Father of Yoga in the West,” having brought the ancient practice to America in the 1920s. His lasting impact comes alive through archival footage and the words of seekers, philosophers, and enthusiasts.

Walking The Camino: DVD Release Party

November 11

Director Lydia Smith returns for an encore of her hit documenatry

USA | 2013 | 84 Minutes

Earlier this year, this inspiring documentary about the 500-mile Camino trail in Spain was a smash hit at SIFF Cinema. Director Lydia Smith returns for this special encore screening celebration–and now you can take home the film on DVD!

Mood Indigo

November 3

France | 2013 | 95 minutes

Michel Gondry’s wildly imaginative new film is a romance between Colin, a posh Parisian bachelor who invents gadgets that delight his friends, and Chloe (Audrey Tautou), a woman with a strange medical condition.

CitizenFour

Opens: October 31

USA | 2014 | 120 Minutes

In January 2013, filmmaker Laura Poitras received encrypted e-mails from someone identified only as "citizen four" who claimed to have information about covert surveillance programs run by US government agencies. This informant became one of the most divisive figures in modern political history: Edward Snowden.

Aliens

October 31

USA | 1986 | 137 minutes

James Cameron continues the story begun in Alien with an action-packed second installment that not only earned seven Oscar nominations, but turned Sigourney Weaver's Ellen Ripley into a feminist icon with an applause-inducing catch phrase.

2001: A Space Odyssey

November 1

United Kingdom | 1968 | 160 minutes

One of the most exquisite examples of the power of cinema to explore the nature of intelligence and humanity, Stanley Kubrick’s visionary space travel film, based on the story by Arthur C. Clarke, is still relevant after all these years–and not to be missed on the big screen.

Alien

October 31

USA | 1979 | 117 minutes

In space, no one can hear you scream. Ridley Scott directs the scariest space-travel film ever created, about a group of space workers (including Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Ian Holm, and John Hurt) who answer a distress call only to discover that they are about to be the ones needing help.

Moon

November 1

United Kingdom | 2009 | 97 minutes

Duncan Jones’ mind-bending tale of space and isolation, follows an astronaut (Sam Rockwell) on a years-long solo mission to a moon colony. With only his computer (voiced by Kevin Spacey) for company, he begins to have hallucinations and a strong sense that he is no longer alone.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind

November 1

USA | 1977 | 137 minutes

Director's Cut, New 35mm Print! | Steven Spielberg's UFO classic features stunning visuals and an iconic synthesized finale to tell the story of aliens communicating with a variety of Earthlings, including a young boy, a suburban father (Richard Dreyfus), and a curious scientist (François Truffaut!).

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