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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SIFF volunteers are awarded a voucher for every two hours of volunteering (one voucher = one ticket).
Screenings and classes NOT accepting vouchers:
Japan | 1933 | 100 minutes | Yasujirō Ozu
November 21, 2019
Japanese master filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu’s thrilling 1933 gangster tale takes on new life when paired with an original score by ambient/electronic duo Coupler. Co-presented by KEXP.
USA | 2019 | 40 minutes | Margaret Mullin, Nel Shelby
December 10, 2019
No Dominion: The Ian Horvath Story celebrates the remarkable life and career of the late Ian Horvath who became a dancer, choreographer, director, and champion for the art of dance before losing a harrowing battle with AIDS.
total event: 360 minutes
January 18, 2020
Jennifer Kent's exploration of grief through a childhood monster is perfectly pitched for maximum emotional depth and primal horror. Join film scholar Amie Simon to uncover what makes The Babadook tick.
February 13, 2020
Examine the depiction of racism and the color line in film, and what that teaches us about whiteness.
February 15, 2020
Location scout Dave Drummond takes us on a tour of over 50 years of on-location filming in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
total event = 360 minutes
February 22, 2020
Keeping up with Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant is just part of the fun. Hawks' screwball comedy is a masterclass of craft that will be a delight to unveil with the guidance of film journalist Sara Michelle Fetters.
February 23, 2020
While not every noir film was set in Los Angeles, LA would become a location where the style would flourish. Instructor John Trafton will look at LA noir cinema and its continued influence on Los Angeles-set films up to the present day.
total event = 360 mins
March 7, 2020
Michel Gondry's surprisingly balanced Romantic-SciFi-Comedy-Drama affords a wonderful opportunity to uncover its cinematic secrets with NWFF's Vivian Hua as our fearless leader.
total event = 360 mins
April 18, 2020
The lush visual and aural landscape of Malick's investigation into the first interaction of European Settlers and Indigenous Americans is a perfect opportunity to find deeper understanding in the methods of his collage-like structure.
April 25, 2020
How does female victimization onscreen impact representations of strong, independent women characters? Join pop culture analyst Dr. Allison Palumbo to discuss the woman-as-survivor identity and her role in film since the 1980s.