Seattle Hempfest and three Seattle churches will host sneak previews of the definitive new pot documentary LEGALIZE IT, a socially conscious documentary on Prop 19 – the 2010 campaign to legalize marijuana in California.
The latest multi-disciplinary project by Marc Bamuthi Joseph is a vibrant performance of dance, music, film and poetic text. red, black & GREEN: a blues is hoped to spark discussion about racism, social ecology and collective responsibility. It runs through June 2.
Put on your Spock ears and get ready to teleport yourself to Seattle EMP Museum for a new exhibit starting Saturday, June 9, filled with sci-fi literature, film, television, and art, including an Imperial Dalek from Doctor Who, the command chair from the classic television series Star Trek, Neo’s coat from The Matrix Reloaded and more!
Step into one of history’s most treasured stories as Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs opens this Thursday, May 24, at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center!
Seattle’s Cinerama is thrilled to announce their First Annual Science Fiction Film Festival which will run April 19 – May 2.
Have fun raising funds for SIFF with Jeff “The Dude” Dowd. Enjoy a night of food, drink and bowling at Seattle’s Garage, followed by an interactive subtitled edition of The Big Lebowski at SIFF Cinema at The Uptown. It all benefits SIFF.
Thursday, March 22 is the 19th Annual World Water Day. Sparked by the United Nations in 1993, it’s a day to bring awareness to crucial water issues around the world. Here’s what’s happening in the Seattle area and how you can help.
The 17th annual AJC Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF), March 15 – 25, is a 10-day international cinematic exploration and celebration of Jewish life, global cultures, identity, history and filmmaking for everyone.
“On the Ice” is a thriller filmed in Barrow, Alaska, in 2010 with novice Inupiat actors. The 2011 Sundance Film festival entry will make its theatrical premiere Friday in New York and the Alaska cities of Anchorage and Fairbanks. It debuts in Seattle on Friday, March 2.
What better way to spend a chilly day in January or February than to cuddle up in Northwest Film Forum’s cozy cinemas? See the world and feed your mind at Children’s Film Festival Seattle!