A Few Films Remain At Seattle Festival
Finally, the end is in sight.
The last day of the 25-day, 190-film marathon known as the 23rd Seattle International Film Festival is Sunday.
But from now until then, a number of films await. Beginning with “Eight Days a Week,” a U.S. film about young love that plays at 12:30 today at The Egyptian, and ending with a trio of film playing at 9:15 p.m. Sunday, SIFF 23 is determined to go out with a bang.
This is your last chance to be a part of it.
SIFF at a glance
Sites: The Egyptian, 801 E. Pines; Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway; Harvard Exit, 807 E. Roy; Guild 45th, 2115 N. 45th.
Ticket prices: Individual tickers are priced at $7 for most evening screenings ($6.50 for Cinema Seattle members), $5 for matinees and midnight shows. Student and Senior deals are $25 for any five films.
How to order: Advance credit-card purchases by phone can be made by calling (206) 325-1650. Same-day purchases must be made at the theater where the film is showing. To order by Internet, access the SIFF Web site at www.seattlefilm.com. At that site, you’ll find the entire festival schedule. For further information, call (206) 325-6828.