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Hellion

USA | 2014 | 98 minutes | Kat Candler

Family ties are tested as a widowed father and his sons deal differently with grief. Explosive and sensational, this Sundance smash features Josh Wiggins in an arresting performance as the elder son in a Southeast Texas family that’s falling apart—fast.

Intramural

USA | 2014 | 100 minutes | Andrew Disney

Jake Lacey, Nikki Reed, and Kate McKinnon star in this raucous send-up of sports comedies in the tradition of Dodgeball. A fifth-year senior reassembles his intramural football team—but does his alma mater care?

Living is Easy With Eyes Closed

Spain | 2013 | 108 minutes | David Trueba

It’s 1966 and Antonio is using Beatles’ songs to teach English. When he learns that John Lennon is filming in Almería he rushes to meet his idol, with two young misfits along for the ride, in this captivatingly lyrical road movie. Best Film, Best Director, 2014 Goya Awards.

Macondo

Austria | 2014 | 98 minutes | Sudabeh Mortezai

A sensitive and deeply humanist tone carries this portrait of a young boy in a refugee settlement in Vienna torn between childhood, adulthood, and the reality of his surroundings.

Mary is Happy, Mary is Happy

Thailand | 2013 | 127 minutes | Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit

410 consecutive Twitter updates punctuate the adventures of high school senior Mary and her best friend Suri in this unique alliance of social media and cinema.

The Militant

Uruguay | 2013 | 121 minutes | Manuel Nieto

Ariel Cruz returns to his hometown for the funeral of his father. While there, he experiences protesting students and the shocking hunger strikes of the meat packers, exposing him to the realities of his people’s hardships.

My Last Year With the Nuns

USA | 2014 | 77 minutes | Bret Fetzer

Festival screenings have passed. Playing at SIFF Cinema June 12.
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Seattle writer-director Bret Fetzer's debut feature is the story of local monologist Matt Smith as a young teenager, exploring the nooks and crannies of the heavily Catholic Capitol Hill neighborhood in an era of racial tensions.

Natural Sciences

Argentina | 2014 | 71 minutes | Matías Lucchesi

Twelve-year-old Lila doesn’t know her father’s name, but that doesn’t stop her from escaping her boarding school to look for him. Her kind teacher, Jimena, assists in this revelatory road movie.

Oil & Water

USA | 2014 | 78 minutes | Laurel Spellman Smith, Francine Strickwerda

Two teenagers, David and Hugo, meet by chance on a canoe ride in the Amazon. This documentary follows their lives as David begins a fair-trade certification system for oil production companies to help with the oil-waste problem in the Ecuadorian Amazon, while Hugo gets an American education that will allow him to return to his homelands as a leader.

Red Knot

USA | 2014 | 82 minutes | Scott Cohen

SIFF 2014 Best New American Cinema: Grand Jury Prize

Festival screenings have passed. Playing at SIFF Cinema June 12.
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A beautifully shot meditation on love and loss, New York couple Peter and Chloe fall into marital crisis while on a research vessel en route to Antarctica.

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