Hunt for the Wilderpeople

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New Zealand | 2016 | 93 minutes | Taika Waititi

SIFF Cinema Egyptian | through Thu July 21
SIFF Cinema Uptown | Starting Fri July 22

The latest from New Zealand director Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows) is a heartwarming adventure comedy about a "bad egg" foster kid who triggers a manhunt when he escapes into the forest with his cantankerous new guardian (Sam Neill).

Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie

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United Kingdom | 2016 | 90 Minutes | Mandie Fletcher

SIFF Cinema Uptown | July 21-28 and SIFF Cinema Egyptian | Starting July 29
Iconic diva-nistas Edina (Jennifer Saunders) and Patsy (Joanna Lumley) return for a new comic adventure oozing with glitz, glamour, and gin – lots and lots of gin!
July 21, 7:00: See the film first and win prizes for the most fabulous outfit, check out our sparking alcoholic drink specials, and puff along with free (candy) cigarettes!

Noir City 2016

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SIFF Cinema Egyptian
SIFF and the Film Noir Foundation presents the return of Noir City–now on the giant Egyptian screen! This year's festival features "Film Noir from A to B," with 18 classic films covering the most noir of decades, the 1940s. Many of these films are newly restored, and all will be introduced by our guest Eddie Muller, the incomparable Czar of Noir and impresario of Noir City. All shows presented on glorious 35mm film! 

Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You

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USA | 2016 | 91 minutes | Heidi Ewing, Rachel Grady

SIFF Film Center | Exclusive Presentation
A compelling, chronicle of the life, work, and political activism of trailblazing writer and producer Norman Lear, who brought prime time into the modern era in the 1970s through a string of influential shows: "All in the Family," "Good Times," "Maude," "The Jeffersons," "Sanford and Son," and more.

Tikkun

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Israel | 2015 | 120 Minutes | Avishai Sivan

SIFF Film Center | Exclusive Presentation
A young Israeli ultra-Orthodox man experiences a crisis of faith in this formally daring, Kafkaesque black-and-white psychological drama that draws on the cinematic style of early David Lynch mixed with the nightmarishness of spirituality’s darker side found in Aronofsky's π.