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Aleksandr Sokurov's FAUST

Winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, FAUST is Sokurov’s fourth and final film in his tetralogy on the corrupting effects of power. 161 more words

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Did you miss it at PIFF 37? Another chance to catch THE NEW RIJKSMUSEUM!

“The renovation of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum went on for ten long, expensive years, so it is fitting that a documentary on this torturous (and often inadvertently hilarious) process should turn into not one but two feature-length movies. 151 more words

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Orson Welles' THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI - Brand New 4K Restoration!

In THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI, writer/director Orson Welles shares the screen with Rita Hayworth, his second wife, creating a wildly stylish film noir that was years ahead of its time. 145 more words

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Northwest Tracking: ICH HUNGER w/ Director Isaac Olsen in attendance

Tacoma writer/director/photographer/editor/animator Isaac Olsen’s expressionistic art film follows the exploits of an elusive “creature boy” who terrorizes a rural German township. This creature, naive but murderous, spends his days lurking in the woods and satisfying his lust for human flesh as an inspector from Frankfurt sets out to hunt him down. 134 more words

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Forever Burt: Added Screening of THE CRIMSON PIRATE on 35mm!

We’re happy to announce that we’ve added an additional 35mm screening of Robert Siodmak’s 1952 swashbuckling classic THE CRIMSON PIRATE to our Sunday, March 30 schedule, and that Burt’s youngest daughter Joanna Lancaster will be in attendance. 185 more words

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Joanna Lancaster in Attendance at Forever Burt screenings of THE SWIMMER, ATLANTIC CITY, and THE CRIMSON PIRATE

The Northwest Film Center is excited to announce that Burt Lancaster’s youngest daughter, Joanna Lancaster, will be attending our final three screenings of our month-long Forever Burt series.  561 more words

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Classics from Studio Ghibli: CASTLE IN THE SKY on 35mm!

A rare opportunity to see one of Miyazaki’s most stunningly beautiful, exciting, and infrequently screened films. A young girl with a mysterious crystal pendant falls out of the sky into the arms and life of young Pazu. 90 more words

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