Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Twenty-five films will be playing in Shoreline from May 27 to June 4, part of the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF). For the first year, Shoreline Community College will be a venue for the event, which attracts thousands of film buffs every year.
Friday, May 27 is opening night, with the film The Tenth Man.
Saturday, May 28 there are four films, with the first starting at 1pm.
In a new chapter of the beloved saga of Belle and Sebastian (SIFF 2014), the now-10-year-old hero and his brave, shaggy dog embark on an exciting adventure to rescue Sebastian's mom, who is lost after her plane crashes deep in the forest. Recommended for ages 7+ (includes limited foul language; some scenes [including large-scale forest fires] may be scary; plane crash; threatening animals). Saturday, May 28 - 1pm - Shoreline CC
From the director of the Oscar®-winning documentary Twenty Feet From Stardom comes the delightful globe-trotting story of celebrated cellist Yo-Yo Ma and his multicultural collective of inspiring master musicians from around the world. Saturday, May 28 - 3:30pm - Shoreline CC
Director Lee Tamahori returns to the Maori culture of Once Were Warriors for a family saga about an outspoken teen who dares to challenge his elders. Based on a novel by Witi Ihimaera, the author of Whale Rider. Sat May 28 · 6:00 pm · Shoreline CC
A riveting historical thriller in which a tenacious Jewish lawyer returns from his self-imposed exile in the aftermath of WWII, risking everything as he carefully organizes the prosecution of Germany's greatest war criminals. Saturday May 28 - 8:30pm
Full Shoreline schedule here