It started in 1997 as Everett Women’s Film Festival, a time to recognize outstanding international female filmmakers and actresses. Today, the 16th Annual Everett Film Festival will be taking place on February 8 and 9 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.
It’s the fifth annual Gig Harbor Film Festival, October 19 – 21! Plus, on October 18, you’ll have a chance to meet this year’s special guest, Gig Harbor High School grad and award-winning actor Josh Lucas!
The City of Issaquah’s Arts Commission proudly presents the first ever Issaquah Film Festival! It’s “A History of Musicals” theme, with a VIP reception, special guest speaker and more September 14 – 16
This summer, see some classic movies over your lunch hour in Seattle’s historic Paramount Theatre for Silent Movie Mondays! See the film behind the Oscar winning Hugo, plus fun and family friendly movies with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton.
The 38th Annual Seattle International Film Festival is Friday, May 17 – Sunday, June 10. The festival will showcase over 400 films from 60 countries, and it all starts off with a huge gala on May 17!
Black History Month is celebrated in February to acknowledge life struggles and accomplishments of African American people. This month, you have an opportunity to meet a NASA astronaut, a famous storyteller, local community leaders, and view several interesting films and documentaries around the Sound.
Horror films scare us, so why do we like them? Starting Sunday, October 2, EMP Museum hosts a new exhibit and film series called “Can’t Look Away: The Lure of Horror Film”!
It’s the 50th anniversary of Breakfast at Tiffany’s! To celebrate, the Seattle Art Museum is hosting a film series, starring Audrey Hepburn!
When one thinks of movies about Seattle, titles like “Sleepless in Seattle” and “10 Things I Hate About You” might immediately come to mind — and you would be right. But can you guess which horror movie and iconic 80s movie also makes the list of the best movies filmed in Seattle?