Burning Bush Egyptian Theatre 7:00 An epic drama examining the emotional, political, and societal fallout from Prague student Jan Palach’s 1969 self-immolation protesting the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia. A riveting thriller plot with complex characters and sumptuously re-created period detail.

What's happening at Seattle International Film Festival today? 5/27

Today's Shows

Tuesday, May 27

Triptych
SIFF Cinema Uptown
3:00

Eastern Boys
SIFF Cinema Uptown
3:30

Starred Up
Harvard Exit
4:00

Not My Type
Lincoln Square Cinemas
4:00

The Disciple
Egyptian Theatre
4:30

Club Sandwich
AMC Pacific Place
4:30

Our Sunhi
SIFF Cinema Uptown
4:30

Healing
Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center
6:00

Salvation Army
SIFF Cinema Uptown
6:00

Burt’s Buzz
SIFF Cinema Uptown
6:30

Attila Marcel
SIFF Cinema Uptown
7:00

I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story
AMC Pacific Place
7:00

Burning Bush
Egyptian Theatre
7:00

The Amazing Catfish
Harvard Exit
7:00

The Signal
Lincoln Square Cinemas
7:00

What Now? Remind Me
SIFF Cinema Uptown
8:00

Strictly Sacred: The Story of Girl Trouble
Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center
8:30

Free Range: Ballad on Approving of the World
Harvard Exit
9:00

Razing the Bar
SIFF Cinema Uptown
9:00

Unforgiven
SIFF Cinema Uptown
9:30

Jealousy
AMC Pacific Place
9:30

10,000KM
Lincoln Square Cinemas
9:30

About SIFF

Founded in 1976, SIFF creates experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world with the Seattle International Film Festival, SIFF Cinema, and SIFF Education. Recognized as one of the top film festivals in North America, the Seattle International Film Festival is the largest, most highly attended film festival in the United States, reaching more than 150,000 annually. The 25-day festival is renowned for its wide-ranging and eclectic programming, presenting over 450 features, short films, and documentaries from over 70 countries each year. SIFF Cinema exhibits premiere theatrical engagements, repertory, classic, and revival film showings 365 days a year on four screens at the SIFF Film Center and the historic SIFF Cinema Uptown, reaching more than 120,000 attendees annually. SIFF Education offers educational programs for all audiences serving more than 13,000 students and youth in the community with free programs each year.

The 40th Seattle International Film Festival runs from May 15 through June 8, 2014
at venues in Seattle and around the Northwest.

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