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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Every Damn SIFF Movie in One Damn Place

Posted by on Wed, May 15, 2013 at 2:05 PM

Our exhaustive guide to SIFF is live on our site and physically arriving on the streets of Seattle even as you read this. You already know where to go to look up individual movies and read all our Slog entries about SIFF. But did you know that you can also read our reviews and descriptions of every single SIFF movie all in one ridiculously long document? It's true! And it may just be the best way to discover that hidden cinematic gem you didn't realize you've been missing all your life.

Go dig in.


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rob! 1
First link still erroneous. Last link correct. Is there a strictly mobile version? I can't find it by futzing the URL…
Posted by rob! on May 15, 2013 at 3:05 PM · Report this
stinkbug 2
For the record, here's a listing of just the ones listed as "Don't Miss" in their guide:

7 Boxes
After Winter, Spring
Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton
Celluloid Man
Cockneys vs. Zombies
Crystal Fairy
Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story
Fateful Findings
Frances Ha
Goltzius and the Pelican Company
It's All So Quiet
More Than Honey
Paradise: Love
The Punk Singer
Smoke Signals
The Spectacular Now
Stories We Tell
A Tribute to the Music of Muscle Shoals with Patterson and David Hood
Twin Peaks/ an evening with kyle maclachlan
Two Lives

Some odd choices.
Posted by stinkbug on May 15, 2013 at 3:37 PM · Report this
Will in Seattle 3
Crystal Fairy is something a lot of people at press screenings were not so into. I think I'll enjoy it, but who can tell.

Furever ... is kind of hard to watch.

Cockneys vs. Zombies - MUST SEE!

Goltzius might be hard for some, but great choice.

Smoke Signals - worth the trip!

Muscle Shoals ... yeah, I can see that

Twin Peaks - duh.
Posted by Will in Seattle on May 15, 2013 at 5:39 PM · Report this
actually, i'm hating siff right now. each pass now has a barcode which is scanned. the data is collected and linked to your membership account so they track every film you ever see during your life through siff. fucked up. and they won't give members the option to opt out. sucks ass.
Posted by tikaspice on May 15, 2013 at 8:29 PM · Report this
stinkbug 5
@4, you can kinda opt out. Contact SIFF for more info.

They recently said the following:

"For any existing pass holders who continue to be unsatisfied with our policies and practices, we will exchange your pass for anonymized ticket vouchers that equal the amount paid for the pass. Any such exchange will also terminate any specialized benefits afforded by the pass. ... If you choose to exchange your pass for vouchers, we will delete any and all personally identifiable information that pertains or is tied to the pass regarding your membership, purchasing passes or tickets, etc. ... We will also honor your request to delete all personally identifiable information in our system tied to you. If you choose to delete your entire patron record with SIFF, we ask that you are patient with us. We are updating our legacy systems and may not be able to immediately delete your information from every archive or separate database. ... Over the course of this next year, we will investigate our options for permitting individuals to opt out of specific aspects of our internal data collection."
Posted by stinkbug on May 15, 2013 at 8:40 PM · Report this

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