“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.
Seattle is brimming with independent theaters, and even an annual indie film festival. There are lots of great venues for seeing a foreign film, art cinema, family classic or first-run movie. Here are a few of our favorites.
With the movie Red Tails coming to theaters on January 20, starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terence Howard, you might want to learn more about the amazing aviators in our US History at these local museums.
Actor Gary Oldman will be in Seattle on Sunday, December 11 for a showing of his latest film Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy at the SIFF Cinema at the Uptown, and you are welcome to join him!
You may have seen the HBO movie that is a semi-biographical sketch of her life, starring Claire Danes. The real Dr. Temple Grandin will be speaking at Meydenbauer Center on Friday, December 2.
Quick! Make yourself an outfit out of old draperies, and head to Edmonds! The hills are alive with the Sound of Music!
Join Pacific Place’s AMC Theatres on November 16th for their Holiday Movie Kick-Off! A night of complimentary popcorn, beverage, and a classic holiday movie screening!
Warren Miller’s 62nd winter sports film is touring the US… and tickets for its debut in Seattle are going on sale!
On Friday, August 12, head to South Lake Union for some fantastic food, fun for the kids, and a movie night for the whole family. And you’l be helping the local community by supporting Fare Start, a culinary job-training program, and Youth Care, helping the homeless with housing and services to help them rebuild a better life.
New Belgium, the makers of the Fat Tire Amber Ale, are touring the country with independent films, beer and bicycles. And Friday, July 29, they are setting up a giant screen in Gas Works Park. Come see a film, have a beer, and support the Nature Consortium!