This thoroughly ingratiating, touchingly heartfelt comedy doesn't have marquee names or an attention-grabbing hook, but hopefully its sheer likability will grab some deserved niche theatrical and…
Seattle Film Festival
A visiting Englishwoman's naiveté about local customs and politics stirs trouble in this handsome Georgian rural drama.
“Spy,” written and directed by Paul Feig, will screen on the May 14 opening night of the Seattle Film Festival with the filmmaker scheduled to attend. The comedy stars Melissa McCarthy, whose work in…
References to glacial pacing and aimless drifting are unavoidable when discussing "Red Knot," an interminable mix of attractive nature documentary and enervating romantic drama.
Despite the title, there's nothing very fanciful about the trials endured by the heroine of "It's Only Make Believe," or her doggedly realistic responses to them.
A primal tragedy rendered with exquisite imagery and very little dialogue or exposition, Andrea Pallaoro's "Medeas" is a striking debut feature that will fascinate some viewers and exasperate others.
A simple, universal parable played out in boldly imaginative (though not particularly high-tech) design terms, Brazilian animator Ale Abreu's second feature, "The Boy and the World," is an enchanting…
Purportedly Turkey's most expensive film production to date, "The Butterfly's Dream" offers a glossily romantic take on a story at least loosely derived from real life.
Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” was the big winner at this year’s Seattle Film Festival, beating out “How to Train Your Dragon 2” and “The Fault in Our Stars” to win the Golden Space Needle Award for…
Opposites attract and little life lessons are learned in this innocuous but thin romantic comedy set during a tour of a college campus.
Phase 4 Films has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to “Adventures in the Sin Bin,” the comedy that bowed last year at the Seattle Intl. Film Festival. The pic from writer Christopher Storer and tyro…