May 19, 1995 in Seven

Check Out Latest Art Films At Seattle Festival

Dan Webster Staff Writer

If you plan to be in Seattle this weekend, you might want to catch a few showings of the 21st Seattle International Film Festival.

Beginning tonight, the festival offers a nightly blend of mainstream, foreign-language and art films through June 11. Full schedules are available at all Starbucks Coffee stores.

Ticket prices are $7, $5 for matinee and midnight shows. Weekly, full-run and special cinematic six-packs are available. For ticket information, call the SIFF office at the Broadway Market at (206) 325-6150. For schedule and general festival information, call (206) 325-6828.

The opening weekend schedule is as follows:


Egyptian Theatre (801 E. Pine, south of Capitol Hill): 5 “Jupiter’s Wife,” 7:15 “Pretty Baby,” 9:30 “Smoke,” midnight “Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!”

Harvard Exit (807 E. Roy, in Capitol Hill): 5 “Beyond the Sky,” 7:15 “Heartbreak Kid,” 9:30 “Postcards From America.”

Varsity (4329 University Way, near the University of Washington): 5 “Ecological Design,” 7:15 “Dust of Life,” 9:30 “Spider and Rose.”


Egyptian: 12:30 p.m. “Strange Encounters,” 3:30 “Back to Back, Face to Face,” 6:30 “Burnt by the Sun,” 9:15 Stars Fell on Henrietta,” midnight “Tie Died.”

Harvard Exit: 12:30 “Nothing Sacred,” 3:30 “Heartbreak Kid,” 6:30 “The Promise, 9:15 “Brothers McMullen.”

Varsity: 12:30 “Return of Tommy Tricker,” 3:30 “Northwest Shorts,” 6:30 “The Year of My Japanese Cousin,” 9:15 “Apart From Hugh.”


Egyptian: 12:30 p.m. Secret Festival (Secret Festival pass holders only), 3:30 p.m. “Burnt by the Sun,” 6:30 “Picture Bride,” 9:15 “Blue in the Face.”

Harvard Exit: 12:30 p.m. “The Taeback Mountains,” 3:30 “Postcards From America,” 6:30 “My Family,” 9:15 “L’Enfer.”

Varsity: 12:30 p.m. “Spider and Rose,” 3:30 “Rites of Passage,” 6:30 “Confession of a Pretty Lady,” 9:15 “Pretty Baby.”

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