Upcoming films and events at SIFF Cinema
August 24, 2019
Get a sneak peek at a different type of screenwriting class from Geof Miller; screenwriter, producer, development consultant, and teacher.
Australia | 2018 | 136 minutes | Jennifer Kent
Opens August 30, 2019
In director Jennifer Kent’s brutal western, her follow-up to arthouse horror hit The Babadook, a vengeful Irish convict-woman and an Aboriginal tracker stalk a group of British soldiers through the Tasmanian wilderness.
USA | 2019 | 97 minutes | Thomas Wade Jackson
September 11, 2019
Be inspired to live the teachings of compassion that are the heart of all spiritual and religious traditions.
USA | 2019 | 91 minutes | Janice Engel
Opens September 13, 2019
With a personality as big as her native Texas, political columnist Molly Ivins skewered both right and left (but mostly right) with ferocious wit and equally ferocious devotion to the powerless and to the First Amendment.
United Kingdom | 2019 | 121 minutes | Michael Engler
Opens September 19, 2019
Return with us to Downton Abbey where the upstairs-downstairs drama between the aristocratic Crawley family and their domestic servants continues to unfold in an unexpected and scintillating manner.
USA | 2019 | 115 minutes | Stanley Nelson
Opens September 20, 2019
Blending never before seen footage with both unheard music tracks and narration drawn from his own autobiography, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool paints a vibrant portrait of the trailblazing and hard-living jazzman that was Miles Davis.
USA | 2019 | 91 minutes | Aaron Schimberg
Opens October 4, 2019
Director Aaron Shimberg (Go Down Death) examines Hollywood’s fascination and misrepresentation of disfigured and disabled performers and characters in his masterfully meta film, involving an actress cast in a horribly misguided production.
USA | 2019 | 150 minutes | Wayne Isham
October 9, 2019
Join us for a national one-night special event featuring legendary metal band Metallica as they commemorate the 20th anniversary of their groundbreaking S&M album in collaboration with The San Francisco Symphony.
France | 2015 | 103 minutes | Christian Desmares, Franck Ekinci
October 26, 2019
In an alternate steampunk world of 1940’s Paris, a young girl finds herself at the center of a far-reaching conspiracy. Based on the work of renowned graphic novelist Jacques Tardi.