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Shake the Dust

USA | 2014 | 108 minutes | Adam Sjöberg

Colombia, Cambodia, Uganda, Yemen. Breakdancing unites people worldwide in the common languages of movement, expression, and hip-hop. Rap superstar and producer Nas presents a broad look at a movement inspiring hope in global urban communities.

Song of the New Earth

USA | 2014 | 89 minutes | Ward Serrill

Seattle filmmaker Ward Serrill (The Heart of the Game) follows Tom Kenyon’s quest to integrate modern science and ancient mysticism through sound. The scientist and shaman has a four-octave vocal range, and a dazzlingly unique view of the world.

Strictly Sacred: The Story of Girl Trouble

USA | 2014 | 95 minutes | Isaac Olsen

A massive amount of archival footage, memorabilia, and audio recordings chronicle the three-decade history of Girl Trouble, the legendary Tacoma-based garage rock band defined by their uncompromising DIY aesthetic. Girl Trouble scheduled to attend.

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon

USA | 2013 | 84 minutes | Mike Myers

Mike Myers makes his directorial debut with this star-packed documentary about the fast-lane life of entertainment industry legend Shep Gordon, who managed the careers of Blondie, Alice Cooper, and Raquel Welch—and still had time to invent the “celebrity chef.” Shep Gordon in attendance.

This May Be the Last Time

USA | 2014 | 93 minutes | Sterlin Harjo

Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo investigates the 1962 disappearance of his grandfather, a native of Oklahoma’s Seminole Nation, by deconstructing the multinational origins of the ancient Seminole and Muscogee hymns sung by the rescue party.

To Be Takei

USA | 2014 | 90 minutes | Jennifer Kroot

From a World War II internment camp to “Star Trek” to online celebrity, George Takei’s journey has been filled with the unexpected. A crowd-pleasing peek into the public and private lives of equal rights activist and gay icon Takei and his husband, Brad.

Trace Amounts

USA | 2014 | 96 minutes | Eric Gladen, Shiloh Levine

When director Eric Gladen recovered from a devastating sickness, he quit his job and traveled the country in an RV seeking information to confirm--or disprove--the links between childhood vaccinations and autism, and the role mercury plays.

Two Raging Grannies

Norway | 2014 | 78 minutes | Håvard Bustnes

Seattleites Shirley and Hinda are elderly best friends who are extremely concerned with the possibility of perpetual economic growth for the USA. Follow them on their mobility scooters from Seattle to Wall Street, as they demand answers and attention. Hinda Kipnis and Shirley Morrison scheduled to attend.

What Is Cinema?

USA | 2013 | 83 minutes | Chuck Workman

If cinema is a language, then Chuck Workman has tapped its most inspired poets in this rhapsodic deliberation on the purity, grace and potential of the moving image. Interviews with filmmakers from Kurosawa to Lynch pursue the question.

What Now? Remind Me

Portugal | 2013 | 164 minutes | Joaquim Pinto

Joaquim Pinto, HIV positive since the ’90s, presents a video diary of exquisite insight and tenderness, of love of life and cinema, made during a year of inactivity when he underwent experimental treatment. The stories from Pinto’s archival collections are spliced with the daily goings-on of Pinto’s husband and pets in this funny, intimate family portrait.

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