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May 16 - June 9, 2013   Start the Festival in style with the SIFF 2013 Opening Night Gala! The evening features the Seattle premiere of Much Ado About Nothing, with director Joss Whedon and cast members Alexis Denisof, Amy Acker, Nathan Fillion, and Clark Gregg scheduled to attend.

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ALT Shorts

87 minutes |

Strange animations, cinematic explorations, and some formal experiments that work on a purely emotional level.


2012 | 81 minutes |

From a mercenary hired to kill Death to hungry, hungry heroes, these animations are not Saturday morning cartoons.

¡Cinema Magnifico!

Spain | 2013 | 87 minutes |

Lovers' secret codes, a wondrously surreal recital, and a haunted Brooklyn apartment—come discover the accomplished and eclectic range of work found in Spanish short cinema today.

Crossing the Line

2012 | 93 minutes |

F**k the Parents, Auschwitz on My Mind, Nude Photos!—these titles and films push boundaries and address taboo topics.

Everyday Revelations

2012 | 86 minutes |

This program encourages us to take a look at our surroundings, and see the many things that can go unnoticed. 

Eyes Wide Open

2013 | 86 minutes |

Seven short films about what obsession, desperation, and money can make us do.

The Family Picture Show 2013

2013 | 87 minutes |

Gather your family around the flickering glow of the big screen for this magical set of animation, live action, and documentary short films the whole family will enjoy.

Fly Filmmaking Challenge 2013

2012 | 55 minutes |

Inspired by works of art created by one of the 2012 Artist Trust Fellows, our four Fly Filmmakers (Ben Andrews, Amy Enser, Lulu Gargiulo, and Curtis Taylor) rose to the challenge with original films that were shot in neighborhoods across Seattle.

FutureWave Shorts and Best of NFFTY

2013 | 90 minutes |

SIFF is proud to present FutureWave Shorts 2013, a program of new films created by filmmakers younger than 19 years old who talents celebrate the creative possibilities of the art form. This year we are also showcasing a selection of the best films from the National Film Festival for Talented Youth.

Gay By Any Means

2013 | 83 minutes |

From life in a possible future to the issues being faced here and now, staying in the closet is not an option for the men in these intriguing and touching stories.

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