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Should it outlive its maker?
The Frye's local survey show leaves us unmoved.
American filmmaker Caveh Zahedi professes to know nothing about Sharjah, one of the United Arab Emirates, when he accepts a $15,000 commission to make a… Continue reading
Visiting SIFF this June with The Details, Jacob Aaron Estes was also returning to the location where he’d shot the dark comedy three years before.… Continue reading
Shot in Seattle and seen at SIFF this spring, this dark comedy's release was delayed by Harvey Weinstein's scissors after its Sundance '11 premiere. Is… Continue reading
The bridge and the door.
In his first directing gig, adapting the 2003 young-adult coming-of-age novel by K.L. Going, actor Matthew Lillard (Scream, The Descendants) does a nice job. He's… Continue reading
An all-women show makes it hard for any one artist to stand out.
Michael Kenna travels to Tacoma.
A humble installation near Magnuson Park.
Making it a sculptural medium.
Nonfiction stands out this year.
You can't go home again—or at least that's the feeling of ex-jock Abi, who fails to make the cut for her second shot as an… Continue reading
Farewell to Western Bridge.
Everything right about this indie-rocker road movie has to do with the music. Everything wrong with it has to do with the script. Ryan O'Nan… Continue reading
A celebration of local cinema . . . from Argentina to L.A.?
This is a year of birthdays and anniversaries among Seattle art institutions. The Frye turns 60, and it celebrated with a summer makeover. Pacific Northwest… Continue reading
How our city's most famous photographer was lost and found.
Aiming to defy Asian entertainment stereotypes.
Kate Winslet we know, but whatever happened to Melanie Lynskey, her co-star in Peter Jackson's 1994 Heavenly Creatures? The New Zealand–born actress has actually been… Continue reading