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What I love about going to movies at the Uptown or SIFF Cinema the first weekend of SIFF is the fact that the Folklife Festival is going on all Memorial Weekend at the Seattle Center, right next door. Brave the mobs (and the mobs were sure out the last couple days because of the great weather), and you can get tasty festival food on your breaks and enjoy all the performers that are jamming on the lawn in little groups.…
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So this is just like Seattle: We've had a horrifically crappy spring, full of rain and cold and constant gray skies. Sure there were teasers of a couple weekends in the upper 60s and occasional 70s, then it's back to 40 degree, dousing wet mornings. Until SIFF starts, of course. I'm not complaining, mind you, to see a week-long forecast starting with Memorial Day weekend, showing a string of beautiful sunny days averaging about 70 degrees. No, not complaining at…
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Starting May 7th (for SIFF members; a day later for the general public), you may as well trumpet, "Release the hounds!" as SIFF tickets officially go on sale. The 35th annual Seattle International Film Festival this year boasts 392 films. Among that bafflingly large number are 199 features, 54 documentaries, 124 short films, 11 archival presentations. And, heck, there is a core group of you that are always out there to watch 100+ full-length films (you know who you are!).…
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It may still be a few weeks away, but once the Seattle International Film Festival gets rolling, you'll all know where to find me. The fest has leaked a few juicy tidbits well in advance (a trend they started last year when they couldn't keep it to themselves that the Opening Night film was Battle in Seattle). I'll get more scoops on things like Opening and Closing in a couple days, but in the meantime, they've tossed us a couple…
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Y'all, it finally happened, and you knew it would. Dan and I caught a major dud at the festival today: Nothing is Private (1/8), the new film written and directed by Alan Ball. I know you loved American Beauty and Six Feet Under, but in his directorial debut, Alan really drops the Ball. Geddit? But seriously, his movie stinks. Nothing is Private is another story of dirty secrets in the suburbs, only this time the only secret is raping. Everyone…
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This was a very eventful day, in part because it began at a reasonable hour. Dan and I woke up at the crack of 10 AM for a 1 PM screening of Religulous, which was actually less than a screening and something extra instead: Bill Maher and Larry Charles hosted clips from their upcoming satirical documentary on organized religion, before engaging in an extended Q&A with a host as well as the audience. How can I explain how excited we…
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