SIFF Movie Club
Meet monthly with fellow movie-lovers for classic flicks followed by clever chatter and discounts at a nearby Lower Queen Anne pub.
Love talking about movies? Looking for that special movie-loving community? Book club not working out?
Meet up for SIFF Movie Club: our new, monthly cinema program held on the first Wednesday of each month. Watch a classic movie at SIFF Film Center, then join us for an informal post-film discussion at Uptown Hophouse (show your ticket for a 20% discount on all items!). Tickets are lower than regularly priced screenings, and all are welcome to attend! Subsequent films may be suggested by attendees.
Spain | 1988 | 88 minutes | Pedro Almodóvar
January 8, 2020
Pedro Almodóvar’s (Pain and Glory, All About My Mother) 1988 breakout involves Pepa (Carmen Maura) who is left by Iván (Fernando Guillén), a blender full of laced gazpacho, a ton of references to classic Hollywood films, and a madcap sensibility that fuels it all.
USA | 1996 | 91 minutes | Wes Anderson
February 5, 2020
After getting his buddy Dignan (Owen Wilson) to help bust him out of a mental health facility, Anthony (Luke Wilson) hatches a plan for a small heist in order to get on the radar of a local criminal (James Caan) in Wes Anderson’s scruffy and loveable first feature.