Friday January 29 – Thursday February 4

Featured Film:

45 Years at the SIFF Uptown

Andrew Haigh’s follow-up to his critically-acclaimed 2011 film Weekend, which was about the first stages of a budding romance, looks at love and relationships from the opposite end of their lifespan. Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling star as a couple who’ve been married for the eponymous amount of time. When a revelation about an event long ago in her husband’s past begins to throw everything she thought she knew about him and their life together out of balance, Rampling finds she must investigate further, regardless of the radically reevaluative consequences. Sharply focused, attuned to the smallest details of behavior and performance, Haigh’s chamber melodrama is masterfully acted by the two British veterans. A simple look, a sound, a gesture is shattering. Our Review

Playing This Week:

Central Cinema:

Young Frankenstein (Mel Brooks, 1974) Fri-Mon
Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis, 1993) Fri-Tues
The Hunger (Tony Scott, 1983) Thurs Only

Century Federal Way:

Ip Man 3 (Wilson Yip) Fri-Thurs Our Review
Blazing Saddles (Mel Brooks, 1974) Sun & Weds Only

Grand Cinema:

The Assassin (Hou Hsiao-hsien) Fri & Sat Only Our Review Our Other Review
Anomalisa (Charlie Kaufman & Duke Johnson) Fri-Thurs Our Review
Hitchcock/Truffaut (Kent Jones) Tues Only
Eyes of the Totem (WS Van Dyke, 1927) Weds Only

Grand Illusion Cinema:

Hitchcock/Truffaut (Kent Jones) Fri-Thurs
Stunt Rock (Brian Tenchard-Smith, 1980) Sat Only 35mm
The Sprocket Society presents Saturday Secret Matinees Sat Only

Landmark Guild 45th Theatre:

Anomalisa (Charlie Kaufman & Duke Johnson) Fri-Thurs Our Review 
Oscar Nominated Live Action Short Films Fri-Thurs
Oscar Nominated Animated Short Films Fri-Thurs Our Review

Cinemark Lincoln Square:

Airlift (Raja Menon) Fri-Thurs
Mastizaade (Milap Zaveri) Fri-Thurs
Saala Khadoos (Sudha Kongara Prasad) Fri-Thurs
Blazing Saddles (Mel Brooks, 1974) Sun & Weds Only

Regal Meridian:

Airlift (Raja Menon) Fri-Thurs

Northwest Film Forum:

The Man Who Fell to Earth (Nicolas Roeg, 1976) Weds Only
Note to Self: Psychosexual films of Nazli Dincel Thurs Only

AMC Pacific Place:

Ip Man 3 (Wilson Yip) Fri-Thurs Our Review
Everybody’s Fine (Zhang Meng) Fri-Thurs

Regal Parkway Plaza:

Everything About Her (Bb. Joyce Bernal) Fri-Thurs

Scarecrow Video Screening Room:

Terror Train (Roger Spottiswoode, 1980) Fri Only
The Great Silence (Sergio Corbucci, 1968) Sat Only
The Jackie Robinson Story (Alfred E. Green, 1950) Sun Only
Shower (Zhang Yang, 1999) Sun Only

Seattle Art Museum:

Fellini’s Roma (Federico Fellini, 1972) Thurs Only 35mm

SIFF Film Center:

Dangerous Men (John S. Rad, 2005) Fri-Sun Only Our Review 
SOMM: Into the Bottle (Jason Wise) Fri-Sun Only

Sundance Cinemas:

Oscar Nominated Documentary Short Films Fri-Thurs

SIFF Cinema Uptown:

45 Years (Andrew Haigh) Fri-Thurs Our Review 
Jim: The James Foley Story (Brian Oakes) Tues Only

Varsity Theatre:

Anesthesia (Tim Blake Nelson) Fri-Thurs

In Wide Release:

13 Hours (Michael Bay) Our Review
The Revenant 
(Alejandro González Iñárritu) Our Review
The Hateful 8
 (Quentin Tarantino) Our Review
The Force Awakens (JJ Abrams) Our Podcast
Concussion 
(Peter Landesman) Our Review
Sisters 
(Jason Moore) Our Review
Brooklyn 
(John Crowley) Our Review
Spotlight 
(Tom McCarthy) Our Review
Creed 
(Ryan Coogler) Our Review
Bridge of Spies
 (Steven Spielberg) Our Review
The Martian (Ridley Scott) Our Review
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