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!
AMC Theatres and the Autism Society have teamed up to bring families affected by autism and other disabilities a special opportunity to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment on a monthly […]
Ever see a ridiculous old “B” movie like the Creature from the Black Lagoon and poke fun at it? How about watching it while comedians re-tell the story with unscripted improv? That’s what Twisted Flicks is all about.
October 14 – 23 is the 16th Annual Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. It’s a full week of movies, including the debut of the Chely Wright documentary “Wish Me Away”. Plus galas, receptions and celebrations galore!
For children on the autism spectrum, sometimes something as simple as going to a movie can be a multi-sensory overload. Now, thanks to select AMC theaters and Autism Society, first-run movies can be a “sensory friendly” experience.
You might remember from your childhood, putting on your pajamas and heading out in the station wagon with Mom and Dad to the local drive-in. You can create those memories again at some of the best drive-ins around Puget Sound!
Grab your lawn chairs and blankets and round up your crew for outdoor fun under the stars!
Bring your blankets, chairs, family and friends to West Seattle for their Saturday Outdoor Movie series this summer.
Redhook Brewery is turning 30! What?! But that’s okay, ’cause we know that 30 is the new 20. To celebrate, Redhook’s Moonlight Summer Cinema will be showing your favorites from the 80’s. (Since that was only 20 years ago…. or so.)
The Fremont Outdoor Movies is celebrating it’s 19th season in Seattle, the premiere outdoor movie series. Starting Saturday, June 25, it’s a scarefest extraordinare.