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Walk the Camino Again Tonight

11 Nov 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

TSB interview: Prom Queen’s Leeni Ramadan on her ambitious, new album/DVD Midnight Veil

29 Oct 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music

The SunBreak’s Guide to the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival

08 Oct 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

Greg Lundgren’s CHAT puts the “work” in sex work

25 Sep 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

SIFF celebrates Women in Cinema with mini-festival this weekend

17 Sep 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

Your complete guide to Local Sightings 2014

16 Sep 2014 by Ryan Davis in Film & TV

Dan Reed brings Terror at the Mall to SIFF on Wednesday (Free screening)

09 Sep 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

‘As It Is in Heaven’ Explores the Dark Side of Blind Faith

18 Jul 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Broken penes and other things I learned from visiting the set of “Rush”

16 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Razing the Bar and remembering Seattle’s punk “breeding ground for creativity”

11 Jul 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV, Music

SIFF 2014: A Cult Cinema Geek’s Take

12 Jun 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

TSB interview: Chris Messina talks to the SunBreak about his directorial debut, Alex of Venice

12 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Festival Roundtable (Week Three, or “It’s a Wrap!”)

11 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Closing Weekend (June 6-8)

06 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

TSB interview: On X/Y, SIFF’s great, unconventional post-love story

06 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

SIFF interview: Talking with the stars and creators of Time Lapse

06 Jun 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Festival Roundtable (Week Two)

04 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Week Three (June 2-5)

02 Jun 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Centerpiece Weekend (May 30 – June 1)

30 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

“We didn’t want to make the film a handmaiden to the printed work”: Regarding Susan Sontag director Nancy Kates talks to the SunBreak

28 May 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV, Literature

SIFF 2014: Picks for Week Two (May 27-29)

27 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Memorial Day Weekend (May 23-26)

23 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Week One (May 19-22)

19 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: The Search for General Tso (and Other Food Flicks)

16 May 2014 by Jay Friedman in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Picks for Opening Weekend (May 16-18)

16 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2014: Pre-Festival Roundtable

15 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF Turns 40, Lineup Available, Box Office Open

05 May 2014 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Short reviews of short films at STIFF

02 May 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV

SIFF’s Face the Music series, in helpful trailer form

01 May 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Film & TV, Music

Seattle-Lensed Movie Drama Debuts at The Cinerama Tonight

30 Apr 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

TSB Interview: Director E.L. Katz on Giving Audiences ‘Cheap Thrills’

04 Apr 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SAM Goes to England for their New Film Series

27 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

It’s Easy to Get Submerged in ‘The Great Flood’

21 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

The 5 Best Things That Happened at the Sync Music Video Festival

04 Mar 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music

Lemolo’s Meagan Grandall Talks About Her (Sort Of) Film Debut

25 Feb 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music

Comedy Horror Film Festival Adds Fundraising to The Funny and Frightful

13 Dec 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Wish Scarecrow Video a Happy Birthday This Weekend

06 Dec 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

No Silver Lining in “Sunlight JR.”

22 Nov 2013 by Dusty Henry in Film & TV

Halloween Starts Early at the Grand Illusion This Weekend

04 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Prom Queen Kickstarts her Own Pulp Movie

13 Sep 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music

An Autistic View of a Neurotypical World, on POV

29 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

See “Hannah Arendt” for the Sukowa, If Not the Full Story

21 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Talking Sommeliers and Cinema with the Director of “SOMM”

20 Jun 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Post-SIFF 2013 Reflections, or Suggestions for SIFF 2014

18 Jun 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

A Chat with the Real (and Reel) “Girl with 9 Wigs”

14 Jun 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF What We Saw (The End)

11 Jun 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

“Camion” and a Québecois Poetics of the Masculine

11 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Trader Joe’s Silent Movie Monday at the Paramount Goes International

10 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

“The Prey,” a Hyperactive Action-Thriller from France [Review]

07 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2013 Closing Weekend Picks

07 Jun 2013 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2013: What We Saw (Part 3)

05 Jun 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Legendary Singers Merry Clayton and Tata Vega Lend Oomph to SIFF Screening (Photo Gallery)

04 Jun 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV, Music

SIFF 2013 Week 3 Picks

03 Jun 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2013 Weekend 3 Picks

31 May 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2013: What We Saw (Part 2)

30 May 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2013 Picks (Week 2)

29 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2013 Weekend 2 Picks

23 May 2013 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

What We’ve Seen at SIFF 2013 (Week 1)

22 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2013 Picks (Week 1)

21 May 2013 by josh in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Scandal! Bias! Just 3 Sports Movies at SIFF 2103

21 May 2013 by Seth Kolloen in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

The SIFF Red Carpet Becomes the Center of the Whedonverse (Photo Gallery)

17 May 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

SIFF 2013 Opening Weekend Picks

17 May 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Ozon Sets a Literary Lurker Loose “In the House”

16 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF 2013 Pro-Tips, or Let’s Get Ready to Festival

14 May 2013 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

How Ray Harryhausen Changed My World (and Yours, Too)

11 May 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

In “Hidden Pictures,” a Mental Health Doc Confronts Global Stigma

10 May 2013 by Odawni AJ Palmer in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Film Reviews: Leviathan, Night Across the Street, and The Angels’ Share

30 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

2013 National Film Festival for Talented Youth Opens in Seattle

25 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

“Upstream Color” Ups the Dose but Not Much Else

12 Apr 2013 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Malick’s “To The Wonder” Demonstrates Power in the Union

11 Apr 2013 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

“Wrong” Messes With Your Head Something Fierce

05 Apr 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Roger Ebert & Gene Siskel Review “Sleepless in Seattle”

04 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Seattle Really, Really Likes “Grey Gardens”

02 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music, Theatre

“Game of Thrones” Season 3 Premiere Brings Westeros to Seattle

22 Mar 2013 by Andrew Boscardin in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

“Game of Thrones” Season 3 Arrives Early in Seattle, at the Cinerama

18 Mar 2013 by josh in Contests, Film & TV

“Like Someone In Love” Has Wings, Doesn’t Bump Into Things

15 Mar 2013 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

James Bond Saves the World all Month Long at the Grand Illusion

08 Mar 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

“Dial M for Murder,” in Hi-Def 3D, at SIFF Uptown This Weekend

28 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Who Out There is Not Watching The Mindy Project?

27 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Seattle Becomes Noir City Once More

22 Feb 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

“Downton Abbey” Fans, Don’t Despair — These Films Can Help

16 Feb 2013 by RVO in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Local Musicians Show their Stuff on SIFF Uptown’s Big Screen Tonight

31 Jan 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music

Stephen Fry Confronts the Warts-and-All Genius of Richard Wagner

25 Jan 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV, Music

It’s the Elles of Cinema, at SIFF

23 Jan 2013 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

At SIFF Cinema, “Barbara” Looks East and West in Longing

21 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Kung Fu, Spaceships, and Disembodied Heads Trump Hobbits this Weekend

13 Dec 2012 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Columbia City’s Ark Lodge Cinemas Opening with an LOTR-Bang

05 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Now Is The Barrymore Of Our Discontent…

02 Dec 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

In Hitchcock, The Knife Doesn’t Exactly Feel Like Justice…

30 Nov 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

After Nepalese Student’s Suicide, a Film on Her Bright Future Asks Why She Died

29 Nov 2012 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

At SIFF, Gregory Crewdson’s Visions & an Agoraphobic’s Nightmare

24 Nov 2012 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Skyfall is Skary (Especially If You Don’t Dig Rats)

10 Nov 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

The Sessions Gets Under the Skin of Sexual Surrogacy, Slightly

05 Nov 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

SIFF’s French Film Festival Est En Train De Se Dérouler

25 Oct 2012 by Michael van Baker in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

V/H/S Arrives All Washy-d Up

06 Oct 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Planet Of Snail Takes Viewers on an Inner-Space Odyssey

07 Sep 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Beauty is Embarrassing (Just Ask Wayne White)

07 Sep 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Everything I Needed to Know About Bumbershoot, I Learned from John Waters

04 Sep 2012 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV, Literature, Theatre

For A Good Time, Call…Katie and Jamie

02 Sep 2012 by Andrew Hamlin in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV

Prepare to Festival with Bumbershoot 2012 Pro-Tips

31 Aug 2012 by Audrey in Arts & Entertainment, Film & TV, Music, Visual Arts

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