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Sherman Alexie vows to make movies on his own terms—whatever the cost.
Servants and masters cross boundaries in echt whodunit.
Aviator chases redemption over dangerous ground.
Policeman finds himself a fugitive before committing a crime.
Four years pass in one day.
Mission of mercy reveals ugly, beautiful truths.
After Ocean's Eleven, more Rat Pack remakes.
Blindness and beauty from an Iranian auteur.
VISITING SEATTLE last week, Todd Haynes tried to explain Far From Heaven without resorting to old movie references.Seattle Weekly: What do you say to viewers,… Continue reading
Here for SIFF this spring, John Sayles discussed the origins of Sunshine State.Seattle Weekly: Mary Steenburgen's character says, "People hate history." Why is that?John Sayles:… Continue reading
Jonathan Raban on Waxwings, geography, and pessimism.
THE FIRST THING an animated, fast-talking, and almost too-smooth, too-friendly Vadim Perelman tells you about House of Sand and Fog is how much the story… Continue reading
On the lam, but carrying a tune.
Runs Fri., Feb. 3– Thurs., Feb. 9, at Varsity
Improving on a proven method for getting chicks.
We thought maybe QT had more to offer than encyclopedic movie references. We were wrong.