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A plane bisecting the air.
During the early '80s, the Bay Area was initially slow to recognize the "gay cancer" that, one subject recalls in the documentary We Were Here,… Continue reading
Tom Tykwer's new romantic triangle is a comedy with a genetic premise. One of its Berlin trio is a scientist who runs a gene-splicing company,… Continue reading
This adaptation draws more from the book than from the movie--at a cost.
Back in the day, Domingo Martinez was a funny, witty colleague at Seattle Weekly, but one who didn't actually write for the paper. Instead, he… Continue reading
Peter MountainDepp’s journalist follows the money (i.e. Aaron Eckhart’s developer).The Dinner: Pechugas
Peter MountainDepp's journalist follows the money (i.e. Aaron Eckhart's developer).The Dinner: Pechugas de Pollo, at La Isla (2320 N.W. Market St.).The Movie: The Rum Diary,… Continue reading
Standing outside the ticket booth, flanked by balloons, Mayor Mike McGinn was one of the demi-celebrities attending SIFF's gala reopening of the Uptown last night.… Continue reading
An artist unwinds a chronicle of her life.
A multicourse selection.
The Bainbridge writer borrows a few pages from Sophocles.
Two history lessons at this year's festival.
Notable nonfiction includes true crime and mobile gardens.
I believe it was Chekhov who said that if you drive a wood chipper into the forest where dumb co-eds are partying in the vicinity… Continue reading
SIFF didn't plan on running a multiplex. Then the Uptown fell into its hands.
Daniel Carrillo uses a vintage camera to document Seattle's hip young artists. (Or you, for a reasonable fee.)
Posters for imaginary events.
So soon after the 3-D gore of Shark Night, we get this gentle, Bambi-level-sad documentary about an orphaned killer whale named Luna who never harmed… Continue reading
leslielyons.comNew York artist Leslie Lyons' Expedition sounded like fun at Bumbershoot, until I actually saw it. Bumbergoers are asked to sit for short video portraits/testimonials/stories… Continue reading
The lines aren't long at the Seattle Center Pavilion--in fact, there aren't any lines at all--to see the festival's visual-arts offerings. After two days, what's… Continue reading