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UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 31, 2019, 6:24 p.m.

What to watch at the Spokane International Film Festival

SpIFF will be Friday through Feb. 8. For the full festival program and tickets, visit


Spokane International Film Festival announces lineup

Tickets for SpIFF, now in its 21st year, are on sale now.


Spokane International Film Festival celebrates 20th year with ‘Benny and Joon’

Now in its 20th year, SpIFF 2018 will showcase 14 features and 27 shorts representing 16 countries.


In its 19th year, the Spokane International Film Festival continues to celebrate the world of cinema

Now in its 19th year, the Spokane International Film Festival continues its mission of bringing cinematic diversity to Spokane theaters during the doldrums of January and February. This year’s lineup …


The closure of Magic Lantern Theatre might affect upcoming Spokane International Film Festival

Organizers of the Spokane International Film Festival (SpIFF) are nervously awaiting official word regarding the future of one of its primary venues: the beleaguered Magic Lantern Theatre, which appears to …


‘City Lights,’ symphony close out SpIFF

Charlie Chaplin’s “City Lights” is one of those rare films that will make you laugh until you cry, and then, in its final moments, make you cry for real. It’s …


SpIFF brings the world – and ‘Vision Quest’ – to Spokane

It’s no secret that movie theaters become wastelands in January and February, the time of year when Hollywood studios dump some of their least desirable products onto multiplex screens. But …


SpIFF offers cinematic smorgasbord

Now in its 17th year, the Spokane International Film Festival continues to revel in the unexpected, bringing in the kind of fare you would never dream of seeing on a …


Cinematic smorgasbord

Now in its 17th year, the Spokane International Film Festival continues to revel in the unexpected, bringing in the kind of fare you would never dream of seeing on a …


Spotlight: WSU moms will get chance to see Clarkson

In keeping with tradition, Washington State University is bringing a Big Name to Pullman for Mom’s Weekend. Following in the footsteps of Elton John, Jay Leno and Colbie Caillat is …


Spotlight: SpIFFys are in, topped by Wang’s ‘In the Family’

The results are in. The recently concluded Spokane International Film Festival has announced its juried awards, the SpIFFys. In the feature film category, “In the Family,” from writer-director-star Patrick Wang …


Actor serves up help for burned ‘Vision’ icons

Actor Matthew Modine is in Spokane this weekend, in part to promote fundraisers to restore two iconic Spokane landmarks. He’s helping raise money for Mary Lou’s Milk Bottle and Ferguson’s …


SpIFF has grown into 11-day event filled with wide variety of genres

Over the years, the Spokane International Film Festival has been the premiere film showcase in Spokane, bringing a diverse selection of stories, styles and genres, as well as the filmmakers …


Spotlight: ‘Hello, Dolly!’ starts CdA’s 45th season

It’s revival time at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre. The company is kicking off its 45th season with a production of “Hello, Dolly!” starring Ellen Travolta and Jack Bannon.


Spotlight: CdA’s Owens achieves visual success in Hollywood

Michael Owens, who lives in Coeur d’Alene, is an Oscar nominee for Best Achievement in Visual Effects for his work on the movie “Hereafter.” Owens is the real deal: He …


Spotlight: It could be a wicked long line for ‘Wicked’

Start lining up, Broadway musical fans: Single tickets for “Wicked” will go on sale to the general public on March 5, 7 a.m. at the INB Performing Arts center box …


Spokane International Film Festival offers diverse options

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 …


‘Revolution’ promises to get 12th SpIFF off to a powerful start

The phrase “world-class” aptly describes the Spokane International Film Festival – but don’t get the idea that this means the world’s paparazzi will descend, Cannes-style. It means this ambitious, 11-day …


SpIFF schedule

Spokane International Film Festival events and film programs: Today


Bennett films up-close look at Bullpups football team

Prayer and profanity have an allegiance in the locker room. It’s something Denise Bennett understood as an athlete and something she wanted to delve deeper into as a documentary film …


Nine films, nine shorts remain to be seen at SpIFF

Spokane’s infatuation with all things international continues on the big screen this weekend as the 2009 Spokane International Film Festival concludes its 11-day run. Beginning with a showing of the …


Spokane film festival expands horizons

Pete Porter is high on this year’s version of the Spokane International Film Festival, which kicked off Thursday night at AMC’s River Park Square Theatres. “I think this lineup is, …


Honored Mexican film featured in Spokane festival

When it comes to film festivals, there’s one thing you can usually count on: You’re not likely to see something mindlessly stupid. That’s particularly true of the Spokane International Film …