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January 21, 2014 at 1:50 PM

Seahawks fever infects Sundance Film Festival

The big news out of the Sundance Film Festival so far this year — at least for hometown Seattle film-fans — was the bidding war that broke out over Lynn Shelton’s latest film, “Laggies.”

But there have been plenty of other things going on at the annual showcase of independent film in Park City, Utah, as well. For instance: A Seahawks viewing party, which found Seattle film types standing on their chairs, whooping it up.

This photo, taken by NW producer Lacey Leavitt, shows some of the “Laggies” and “Breach” film crews, plus SIFF director Carl Spence (second from right, back row) cheering on the Hawks last Sunday.

Go Hawks! By Lacey Leavitt.

Go Hawks! By Lacey Leavitt.

Comments | More in Arts news | Topics: Carl Spence, Sundance Film Festival

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