Seattle International Film Festival 2012
The 38th annual Seattle International Film Festival, which includes 273 feature-length films and 186 shorts from 75 different countries, runs from May 17 to June 10. The following is a collection of selected tweets, photos and reactions from people on social networks. Scroll down for the latest.
- In August 2011, SIFF announced it would be moving its operations from a leased space at McCaw Hall to three screens at Uptown Theater, one of the city's oldest movie houses.
- The festival's opening night film, Lynn Shelton's "Your Sister's Sister," was announced in January. The full line up was released in April.
- The lead up to SIFF 2012 stirred a lot of excitement.
- SIFF 2012 kicked off on May 17 at McCaw Hall. Among those in attendence were Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, SIFF artistic director Carl Spence, managing director Deborah Person, and special guests Lynn Shelton and Steven Schardt -- the director and producer of "Your Sister's Sister."
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