Film

Local & Repertory •  Altman: A Defining Director The new documentary Altman

Local & Repertory• Altman: A Defining Director The new documentary Altman screens several times during this mini-fest. Representing the late, great director (1925–2006) himself are M*A*S*H,… Continue reading

  • Oct 14, 2014

Local & Repertory Buffalo Field Campaign Roadshow Film clips and discussion are

Local & RepertoryBuffalo Field Campaign Roadshow Film clips and discussion are part of the effort to save the lumbering denizens of Yellowstone National Park. (NR)Grand… Continue reading

  • Oct 7, 2014

Local & Repertory Buffalo Field Campaign Roadshow Film clips and discussion are

Local & RepertoryBuffalo Field Campaign Roadshow Film clips and discussion are part of the effort to save the lumbering denizens of Yellowstone National Park. (NR)Grand… Continue reading

  • Sep 30, 2014

Local & Repertory Days of My Youth Is it too soon to

Local & RepertoryDays of My Youth Is it too soon to start thinking about ski season? Not according to the filmmakers of this roving, snowy… Continue reading

  • Sep 23, 2014

Local & Repertory Advanced Style This new documentary, based on the New

Local & RepertoryAdvanced Style This new documentary, based on the New York street photography and blog of Ari Seth Cohen, salutes well-dressed women of a… Continue reading

  • Sep 23, 2014

Local & Repertory Days of My Youth Is it too soon to

Local & RepertoryDays of My Youth Is it too soon to start thinking about ski season? Not according to the filmmakers of this roving, snowy… Continue reading

  • Sep 16, 2014

Local & Repertory The Apple From 1979, this is a sci-fi musical

Local & RepertoryThe Apple From 1979, this is a sci-fi musical also titled Star Rock, set in the long-distant year of 1994. (NR) BRIAN MILLER… Continue reading

  • Sep 9, 2014

Local & Repertory •  Jim Emerson on the Big Lebowski The local

Local & Repertory• Jim Emerson on the Big Lebowski The local film scholar introduces and screens the Coen brothers favorite. (R)SIFF Film Center (Seattle Center), 324-9996,… Continue reading

  • Sep 9, 2014

Local & Repertory The Apple From 1979, this is a sci-fi musical

Local & RepertoryThe Apple From 1979, this is a sci-fi musical also titled Star Rock, set in the long-distant year of 1994. (R) BRIAN MILLER… Continue reading

  • Sep 2, 2014

Local & Repertory •  Down by Law Jim Jarmusch’s 1986 prison escape

Local & Repertory• Down by Law Jim Jarmusch’s 1986 prison escape comedy places hipsters John Lurie and Tom Waits in the swamps of Louisiana, in the… Continue reading

  • Aug 26, 2014

Now an idea made obsolete by digital video, the old unit of

Now an idea made obsolete by digital video, the old unit of cinematic measurement used to be a single reel of 35 mm film: 1,000… Continue reading

Local & Repertory •  The Big Lebowski The Coen brothers’ 1998 stoner-noir

Local & Repertory• The Big Lebowski The Coen brothers’ 1998 stoner-noir The Big Lebowski is Raymond Chandler filtered through dirty bong water, where almost every line… Continue reading

  • Aug 19, 2014

Local & Repertory •  Fremont Outdoor Cinema The Coen brothers’ 1998 stoner-noir

Local & Repertory• Fremont Outdoor Cinema The Coen brothers’ 1998 stoner-noir The Big Lebowski is Raymond Chandler filtered through dirty bong water, where almost every line… Continue reading

  • Aug 12, 2014

Local & Repertory •  For Laughing Out Loud Judy Holliday won an

Local & Repertory• For Laughing Out Loud Judy Holliday won an Oscar for reprising her stage role in the 1950 comedy Born Yesterday, playing the uncouth… Continue reading

  • Aug 5, 2014

There are some things you just can’t find on the Internet. You

There are some things you just can’t find on the Internet. You can look up certain movies on IMDb, sure, but to actually watch them… Continue reading

Opening here August 22 at the Guild 45th and Lincoln Square, the

Opening here August 22 at the Guild 45th and Lincoln Square, the indie road-trip movie Land Ho! has already received strong notices. The New York… Continue reading

You like Transformers IV at the local mall? We prefer Snowpiercer with

You like Transformers IV at the local mall? We prefer Snowpiercer with a nice IPA. Since reopening the Uptown, SIFF’s addition of beer and wine… Continue reading

Now 46 years old, The Grand Illusion Cinema is Seattle’s most venerable

Now 46 years old, The Grand Illusion Cinema is Seattle’s most venerable indie screening venue, a nonprofit largely run by volunteers and a staunch holdout… Continue reading