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SpIFF will be Friday through Feb. 8. For the full festival program and tickets, visit
Tickets for SpIFF, now in its 21st year, are on sale now.
Now in its 20th year, SpIFF 2018 will showcase 14 features and 27 shorts representing 16 countries.
If you lived in Spokane during the mid-1980s, you’ll remember “Vision Quest.” Maybe you were among the thousands who stood in line to be an extra. Maybe you actually were selected. Maybe you loved Terry Davis’ novel, which inspired the film. Maybe you had a front row seat as the actors learned to wrestle.
As part of this year’s Spokane International Film Festival, organizers asked local graphic designers to create posters for 25 films. Those posters will be displayed from 4:30 to 10:30 p.m. today at the Bing Crosby Theater, 901 W. Sprague Ave.
There are plenty of good reasons to attend the Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF) over the next 10 days, including: • You can travel the world through cinema. Entries this year come from Germany, Japan, Uzbekistan, China, Denmark, Norway, Israel, South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, Brazil, France, Australia and other far-flung places. The SpIFF slogan: “See What the World is Watching.”