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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Thursday, November 13, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Friday, November 14, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Saturday, November 15, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Sunday, November 16, 2014

Root Hog or Die Artist John Porcellino and director Dan Stafford will appear with the latter’s documentary profile about the comics artist Porcellino. Central Cinema, 1411 21st Ave., Seattle, WA 98122 Free Sunday, November 16, 2014, 12 – 2:30pm

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Monday, November 17, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Tuesday, November 18, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Wednesday, November 19, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Thursday, November 20, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Friday, November 21, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Saturday, November 22, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Sunday, November 23, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Monday, November 24, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Wednesday, November 26, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Thursday, November 27, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Friday, November 28, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Saturday, November 29, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Sunday, November 30, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Monday, December 1, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Tuesday, December 2, 2014

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Cinema Italian Style Depending on your appetite (for Italian food and wine, natch, served at the Sorrento), you can opt in or out for tonight’s festival opening gala after the first movie. Director Francesco Bruni will attend the screening of his family drama Noi 4 (that’s essentially “us four” in English), about a separated Roman couple trying to keep track of their kids-one in his errant teens, the other in her wild 20s. Other highlights among 20 titles during the eight-day fest include a new print of Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1970 The Conformist; the black comedy I Can Quit Whenever I Want, about an academic who somehow turns to drug dealing (rather like Breaking Bad, no?); and the well-reviewed and very class-conscious Human Capital, Italy’s official Oscar submission this year, about the unexpected consequences of a traffic accident that sends wealthy families near Milan into upheaval. BRIAN MILLER SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109 $7-$25 Wednesday, December 3, 2014

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