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Seattle Times writer Moira Macdonald muses on moviegoing. Email Moira: mmacdonald@seattletimes.com.

May 1, 2014 at 3:49 PM

Which SIFF films are coming back?

The Seattle International Film Festival today announced its lineup and opened its box office for its 40th annual edition, and as always it’s a varied and interesting lineup, with something for surely every taste. (276 feature-length films, at last count; if you can’t find something that appeals, you’re probably not trying.) Some of these films will be back for regular theatrical runs; some of them will likely never be seen here again. Every year, readers making SIFF ticket decisions ask me which films are coming back, and I’m happy to answer as best I can. This isn’t necessarily to say you shouldn’t go to these films at the fest – some of them may well have interesting guests in tow, and it can be a kick to see a movie at its very first screening — but informed choices are always good. Behold: the titles I know to be returning, at this point, complete with release dates (which should be taken with the proverbial grain of salt; things change):

  • “Begin Again” (July 18)
  • “Boyhood” (July 25)
  • “Burkholder” (August 8)
  • “Burning Bush” (July 25)
  • “Burt’s Buzz” (June 13)
  • “Calvary” (August 1)
  • “Chinese Puzzle” (May 30)
  • “Dear White People” (fall TBD)
  • “The Double” (May 23)
  • “The Fault in Our Stars” (June 6)
  • “The Grand Seduction” (May 30)
  • “How to Train Your Dragon 2″ (June 13)
  • “Ida” (June 13)
  • “The Internet’s Own Boy” (July 11)
  • “I Origins” (July 18)
  • “Lucky Them” (June 13)
  • “Mood Indigo” (August 1)
  • “Night Moves” (June tbd)
  • “Obvious Child” (June tbd)
  • “One Chance” (August 29)
  • “The One I Love” (August tbd)
  • “The Signal” (June 13)
  • “The Skeleton Twins” (September 19)
  • “Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon” (June 20)
  • “They Came Together” (June 27)
  • “The Trip to Italy” (tbd 2014)
  • “Venus in Fur” (July 11)
  • “We Are the Best!” (June 13)
  • “Words and Pictures” (June 6)
  • “Yves Saint Laurent” (July 4)

 

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