Archival Films

Time travel may still just be a dream in the scientific world, but in cinema it is practically inevitable, as every film captures several distinct moments in time: the period of the story, the era of the film’s creation, and the instance of discovery and even rediscovery by the filmgoer.

The Incredible Shrinking Man

USA | 1957 | 81 min. | Jack Arnold

After being exposed to a strange mist, a man finds that not only is he shrinking, but there is no cure for his terrifying condition.

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Midnight Cowboy

USA | 1969 | 113 min. | John Schlesinger

The Best Picture winner about two outcasts, sex worker Joe Buck (Jon Voight) and con man Ratso Rizzo (Dustin Hoffman).

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Seven Samurai

Japan | 1954 | 207 min. | Akira Kurosawa

A sixteenth century farming village requests protection from seven samurai against a horde of bandits.

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SIFF & CFC Present The Craft with DJ NicFit

USA | 1996 | 101 min. | Andrew Fleming

May 16, 2023

SIFF Cinema Egyptian

Seattleā€™s own DJ NicFit creates a live soundtrack to accompany the 1996 cult classic The Craft, about a coven of teen witches.

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