SIFF Cinema Uptown
Set in Germany and France in the immediate aftermath of the First World War, (1914-1918), Frantz recalls the mourning period that follows great national tragedies as seen through the eyes of the war’s “lost generation.”
SIFF Cinema Uptown
Face your past. Choose your future.
Closed Captioning Available.
Vouchers are not currently being accepted for this film.
SIFF Cinema Egyptian | Ends 3/30
SIFF Cinema Uptown | Starting 3/31
Funny man Jordan Peele's first directorial feature is a tense thriller and allegory for our times. When a young African-American man visits his white girlfriend's family estate, he becomes ensnared in a more sinister real reason for the invitation. Closed Captioning Available.
SIFF Cinema Egyptian
A festival favorite of 2016, Julia Ducournau's debut feature has been celebrated for its brutal, confident, and captivating vision of Cronenberg-esque body horror.
SIFF Cinema Uptown | Special Event!
The dystopian classic starring the late John Hurt is screening in solidarity with theaters across the US for National Events Day. Director Michael Radford will be presenting the film via a special pre-recorded statement with a post-film discussion.
A portion of the proceeds from this screening will be donated to ACLU of Washington.
SIFF Film Center | The Films of Douglas Sirk
After almost dying in a boating accident, playboy Bob Merrick (a young Rock Hudson) is miraculously saved by his town’s only resuscitator – yet as a result, the kindly Dr. Phillips dies from a heart attack while waiting across town for the machine. When his recklessness affects the Phillips family a second time, Bob becomes inextricably entangled with the newly widowed Helen (Academy Award nominated Jane Wyman) and looks for redemption through altruism and love. Filmed in Technicolor, Magnificent Obsession exhibits the style Sirk would come to refine and perfect throughout the latter park of his career.