SIFF CINEMA EGYPTIAN TO OPEN OCTOBER 3 - 5
Rachel Eggers | 206.315.0683 | email@example.com
SEATTLE -- September 2, 2014 -- On October 3, SIFF Cinema Egyptian will open its doors at its historic location at 801 East Pine Street.
The theatre kicks off with an opening weekend (October 3 - 5) of community screenings featuring the biggest movie hits in the history of the Egyptian, including the theatre's longest running film (Amélie), the first movie to play at the Egyptian (Akira Kurosawa's Kagemusha), and a special tribute to Bruce Lee, co-presented by the Wing Luke Museum.
SIFF Cinema comes to Capitol Hill full time thanks to the community who helped raise the funds necessary to bring this classic cinema back to life. To meet its new neighbors, SIFF Cinema Egyptian offers admission to the Oct 3 - 5 screenings for $5 or FREE with a receipt from any Capitol Hill business (dated October 1 - 5, 2014).
SIFF is also thrilled to announce the return of midnight movies for the month of October. Join us Fridays & Saturdays at the Witching Hour for some of our Halloween season favorites.
October 9 - 16, SIFF Cinema Egyptian will host the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, including a Hedwig & The Angry Inch Sing-Along on Friday, October 10 complete with free tambourines and gummy bears for all!
SIFF is also launching a new Student Membership, inspired by its new connection to Seattle Central Community College, but available to all qualifying students. Here's the details:
Student Membership - $35 (Full amount is tax-deductible)
- Discounted tickets at SIFF Cinema and the Festival
- Popcorn punch card (5 free bags!)
- 3-month trial subscription to Seattle Met
- Must be purchased in person with valid student ID.
See you at SIFF Cinema Egyptian!