- published: 27 Apr 2017
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What does it take to put on the largest film fesitval in the United States? Each year, the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) brings hundreds of films and filmmakers from around the world to the Pacific Northwest. KCTS gives you a glimpse behind the scenes of SIFF 2015, showcasing 450 films from 92 countries – including 49 world premieres and 51 North American premieres – on 12 screens to about 150,000 people over 25 days. Be Watching SIFF: http://www.siff.net/festival-2015 Watch More at: http://kcts9.org
Our official 2016 festival trailer is here! Tickets and passes available at bit.ly/siff2016tickets. Thank you to Wongdoody and We Are Royale for all the hard work that went into this, and to Super Square Music for providing the awesome soundtrack!
During their visit to Seattle for the Seattle International Film Festival, I sat down for casual conversation with some very special people -- the women behind STEP. Through Vulcan Productions based in Seattle, Director Amanda Lipitz documents this incredible story of Tayla, Cori and Blessin -- three students who push through adversity. Led by Coach G. and school administrators, they accomplish something very special.
Emile Hirsch speaks with Celebs.com's Elliot Kotek at the tribute to his "Killer Joe" director, Oscar-winner William Friedkin ("The Exorcist," "The French Connection," "To Live and Die in LA") at the 2012 Seattle International Film Festival. Hirsch introduced Friedkin at the tribute (and, of course, was hassled for a hug by a female member of the audience). For more news, interviews and images of your favorite personalities, visit us at http://www.celebs.com
William Friedkin, director of The Exorcist, To Live and Die in LA and The French Connection chats (and swears, a lot) to Celebs.com's Elliot V. Kotek. Shot at the Seattle International Film Festival, where Friedkin received a lifetime achievement award, Friedkin was honored by the festival and his friend, "Killer Joe" actor Emile Hirsch. For more news, interviews and images of your favorite personalities, visit http://www.celebs.com
Recorded immediately after the conclusion of the Seattle International Film Festival, "Indymedia Presents this week devotes the whole show to a review of interesting films worth looking for. One of the producers of this show, Randy Rowland, gives us his impressions of three movies that played in the Film Festival, as well as his take on Michael Moore's "Sicko." http://www.seattlefilm.com The movies reviewed (along with the trailers for each feature) are as follows: -The Violin--a Mexican film unlikely to get much of a commercial US release, but one Randy liked best in the Festival. http://www.seattlefilm.org/festival/film/detail.aspx?id=16911&fid=32 -Goya's Ghosts--filmed in Spain, in English, it is clearly aimed at US audiences, with a big message from across the Atlantic: ...
Miss Honey: http://www.youtube.com/marionhoney Check out her 'Parklife' series! They're really great videos. SIFF: http://www.siff.net/ Summer 2011 films I'm excited about: http://owlssayhooot.blogspot.com/2011/04/summer-2011-films.html My blogs: http://owlssayhooot.tumblr.com http://owlssayhooot.blogspot.com Second channel: http://www.youtube.com/kayleyhyde
For the first time in its history, the Seattle International Film Festival kicked off its 38th Opening Night with live original music composed by Charles-Henri Avelange, and featuring The SIFF Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Michael Miropolsky. Charles-Henri created and produced The SIFF Orchestra especially for SIFF Opening Night.
Movie "touchy feely" - busy lines
From http://thefilmtalk.com - brief thoughts on the film 419 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2093928/