Pass and Voucher Exclusions

SIFF Cinema vouchers (including Member, Volunteer, and other complimentary screening vouchers) are valid for most regular priced shows.

The information on this page reflects the films and classes for which SIFF Cinema vouchers are NOT valid. Please see the specific film page for restrictions or updates. Seattle International Film Festival vouchers are not valid for SIFF Cinema programming. Vouchers may be exchanged in person at the SIFF Cinema box office for admission.

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Screenings and classes NOT accepting vouchers:

National Theatre Live: King Lear

United Kingdom | 2018 | 220 min. | Jonathan Munby

Opens February 13, 2022

SIFF Film Center

Captured live from London’s West End in 2018, see Ian McKellen’s "extraordinarily moving portrayal" (Independent) of "King Lear" in cinemas.

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Found Footage Festival: Vol. 9

2020 | 90 minutes

March 13, 2022

SIFF Cinema Uptown

The Found Footage Festival live show returns to SIFF with an all new show containing the weirdest and wildest VHS-sourced clips that founders Joe Pickett (The Onion) and Nick Prueher’s (The Colbert Report) could dig up.

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National Theatre Live: Cyrano de Bergerac

2020 | 180 min | Jamie Lloyd

Opens March 20, 2022

SIFF Film Center

James McAvoy (X-Men, Atonement) returns to the stage in an inventive new adaptation of "Cyrano de Bergerac," captured live from the West End in London.

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National Theatre Live: The Book of Dust - La Belle Sauvage

180 min. | Nicholas Hytner

Opens May 8, 2022

SIFF Film Center

Set twelve years before the epic “His Dark Materials” trilogy, this gripping adaptation revisits Philip Pullman’s fantastical world in which waters are rising and storms are brewing.

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National Theatre Live: Henry V

180 min. | Max Webster

Opens June 5, 2022

SIFF Film Center

Kit Harington (Game of Thrones) plays the title role in Shakespeare’s thrilling study of nationalism, war and the psychology of power.

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