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.
Free for SIFF Members: just show your card at the door!
USA | 2014 | 87 Minutes
Free for SIFF Members! Koyaanisqatsi director Godfrey Reggio and composer Philip Glass present this wordless portrait of modern life, a stunning black and white meditation comprised of only seventy-four shots that takes viewers on a journey to the moon and back.
France | 2013 | 117 minutes
In this delightful romantic comedy, French director Cédric Klapisch returns to the character of Xavier (Romain Duris), whose life becomes complicated when the mother of his children moves from Paris to New York.
United Kingdom | 2013 | 85 Minutes
Director Steven Knight (writer of Eastern Promises and Dirty Pretty Things) tells a story of construction foreman Ivan Locke (Tom Hardy), who is fighting to maintain control of his life during one absolutely riveting car ride.
Presented by the Intiman Theatre's The Angels Project
USA | 2012 | 72 Minutes
Beneath layers of history, poverty and now soaring HIV infections, four Americans redefine traditional Southern values to create their own solutions to survive. Followed by Skype Q&A with director Lisa Biagiotti. A program of The Angels Project, presented by Intiman Theatre.
USA | 2013 | 104 Minutes
This gross-out psycho-horror from Seattle-based Imagos Films follows a man who is slowly driven insane by the evil, talking mold in his bathroom - voiced by the legendary cult movie actor Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator).
We've culled the SIFF archive for a collection of the trashiest, wildest, and most WTF vintage 35mm movie trailers, which we're serving up along with free Cheez Whiz and Twinkies.
USA | 1984 | 180 Minutes
Curated by Seattle filmmakers Megan Griffiths and Lacey Leavitt, VHS Night features craptastic films the way they were meant to be seen: via used VHS tapes played through a shoddy old VCR. This time, we get fit with the ultimate aerobics movie, Heavenly Bodies.
USA | 1990 | 95 Minutes
Subject of the documentary Best Worst Movie, this totally insane low-budget horror movie tells the story of a family trapped in the town of Nilbog (read it backwards!) and terrorized by a horde of angry vegetarian goblins.
August 1 - 6, 2014
France | 1996 | 114
A lost classic, this 1996 film from French New Wave master Eric Rohmer, the third in his four seasons cycle, has never before been released in the U.S. Set in a seaside resort, this tale of youthful indiscretion and romance is "a reminder of how moving and funny Rohmer’s comedies of manners could be." (Seattle Times)