Friday November 4 – Thursday November 10

Featured Film:

Jean Cocteau at the Seattle Art Museum

A number of high-profile awards season art house movies are now playing on Seattle Screens: Certain WomenThe Handmaiden and this week’s opener Moonlight. Additionally, smaller well-recieved movies are out as well, including a pair of films about suicidal newscaster Christine Chubbuck (Robert Greene’s documentary Kate Plays Christine and Antonio Campos’s biopic Christine) and under-the-radar favorites Uncle Kent 2 and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. There’s even a fine array of older movies: from Chaplin’s The Great Dictator to and pair of films starring The Who to the black and white version of last year’s Best Film Mad Max: Fury Road. But my pick for the best of the week is SAM’s 35mm presentation of Jean Cocteau’s mysterious, romantic, inimitable 1948 adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. If you missed it when the Grand Illusion played it this past April, you have another chance this Wednesday only.

Playing This Week:

AMC Loews Alderwood:

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Karan Johar) Fri-Thurs
Voiceless (Pat Necerato) Fri-Thurs

Central Cinema:

The Great Dictator (Charles Chaplin, 1940) Fri-Sun
The Birdcage (Mike Nichols, 1996) Fri-Mon

Cinerama:

Mad Max: Fury Road Black & Chrome Edition (George Miller) Fri-Thurs

SIFF Egyptian:

Moonlight (Barry Jenkins) Fri-Thurs Our Review
Phantasm: Ravager (David Hartman) Fri & Sat Midnight Only

Century Federal Way:

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Karan Johar) Fri-Thurs
From Dusk Til Dawn (Robert Rodriguez, 1996) Weds Only

Grand Cinema:

Certain Women (Kelly Reichardt) Fri-Thurs Our Review
A Man Called Ove (Hannes Holm) Fri-Thurs
Harry & Snowman (Ron Davis) Fri-Thurs
Michael Moore in Trumpland (Michael Moore) Fri-Mon Only
The Dressmaker (Jocelyn Moorhouse) Fri-Thurs
The Curious World of Hieronymus Bosch Thurs Only

Grand Illusion Cinema:

The Alchemist Cookbook (Joel Potroykus) Fri-Thurs Our Review
The Who: The Kids are Alright (Jeff Stein, 1979) Weds & Fri Only
Quadrophenia (Franc Roddam, 1979) Thurs & Fri Only 35mm
Kizumonogatari Part 2: Nekketsu (Akiyuki Shinbo & Tatsuya Oishi) Fri-Tues

Landmark Guild 45th:

The Handmaiden (Park Chanwook) Fri-Thurs
American Pastoral (Ewan McGregor) Fri-Thurs

Cinemark Lincoln Square:

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Karan Johar) Fri-Thurs
The Handmaiden (Park Chanwook) Fri-Thurs
Moonlight (Barry Jenkins) Fri-Thurs Our Review
Ventilator (Rajesh Mapuskar) Fri-Thurs
Naruda Donoruda (Mallik Ram) Fri-Thurs
Kaashmora (Gokul) Fri-Thurs
Shivaay (Ajay Devgan) Fri-Thurs
From Dusk Til Dawn (Robert Rodriguez, 1996) Sun & Weds Only

Regal Meridian:

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Karan Johar) Fri-Thurs
Crosscurrent (Yang Chao) Tues Only Director Q & A Our Review

Northwest Film Forum:

Tower (Keith Maitland) Fri-Sun
Kate Plays Christine (Robert Greene) Fri-Sun
Saturday Morning Cartoons with Brian Edwards Sat Only 16mm
Uncle Kent 2 (Todd Rohal) Weds Only
We Are X (Stephen Kijak) Weds-Sun

AMC Pacific Place:

Someone to Talk To (Liu Yulin) Fri-Thurs
Mr. Donkey (Lu Liu & Shen Zhou) Fri-Thurs

Pacific Science Center:

Voyage of Time (IMAX) (Terrence Malick) Fri-Thurs Our Review

Regal Parkway Plaza:

Miss Hokusai (Keiichi Hara) Fri-Thurs
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Karan Johar) Fri-Thurs
Desierto (Jonás Cuarón) Fri-Thurs
I’m Not Ashamed (Brian Baugh) Fri-Thurs
Bakit Lahat Ng Gwapo May Boyfriend (Jun Robles Lana) Fri-Thurs

Seattle Art Museum:

Beauty and the Beast (Jean Cocteau, 1948) Weds Only 35mm
Flaxy Martin (Richard L. Bare, 1949) Thurs Only 35mm

Seven Gables:

A Man Called Ove (Hannes Holm) Fri-Thurs

SIFF Film Center:

Certain Women (Kelly Reichardt) Fri, Mon-Thurs Our Review 
Seattle Turkish Film Festival Fri-Sun Only Full Program

Sundance Cinemas:

Christine (Antonio Campos) Fri-Thurs
King Cobra (Justin Kelly) Fri-Thurs
Don’t Think Twice (Mike Birbiglia) Fri-Thurs
Army of One (Larry Charles) Fri-Thurs
The Charnel House (Craig Moss) Fri-Thurs

SIFF Cinema Uptown:

Christine (Antonio Campos) Fri-Thurs
The Handmaiden (Park Chanwook) Fri-Thurs
Miss Hokusai (Keiichi Hara) Fri-Thurs
Cruel Intentions (Roger Kumble, 1999) Mon Only “Interactive Event”
Molière (Laruent Tirard, 2007) Weds Only

Varsity Theatre:

Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Taika Waititi) Fri-Thurs
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