The Fort Report: July 1st – 6th

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July 1st – 6th 2014

Happy Birthday ‘Merica.

Tuesday

  • Ark Lodge Cinema: Shows How to Train Your Dragon 2, Chef, and Belle thru Thursday.  Full line up changes on Friday
  • The Central Cinema: Hairspray as well as Madonna: Truth or Dare play until Wednesday the 2nd
  • The Grand Illusion Cinema: Jodorowsky’s pseudo biopic The Dance of Reality gets a hold over until the 8th.  Ti West’s found footage-esque The Sacrament plays through Thursday.
  • Cinerama Seattle: Transformers: Age of Extinction plays through the week
  • SIFF Film Center: Evergreen: the Road to Legalization plays thru the week.
  • SIFF Cinema Uptown: Wes Anderson’s Rushmore as part of the Anderson on Anderson event
  • SIFF Cinema Uptown: Snowpiercer, Dragon 2, and Ida
  • Crest Cinema: Cap in 2d and 3d, Divergent, Finding Vivian Meier, Palo Alto and Rio 2
  • Guild 45th: the Grand Seduction and Obvious Child
  • Harvard Exit: Words and Pictures and le Chef
  • Seven Gables: Ivory Tower
  • Varsity Theatre: Begin Again (Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo) and A Coffee in Berlin
  • Northwest Film Forum: Ai Weiwei documentary plays

Wednesday

  • SIFF Cinema Uptown: Paul Thomas Anderson’s Boogie Nights plays at 7pm
  • Varsity Theatre: Deliver Us From Evil and Earth To Echo open
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Thursday

  • The Central Cinema: Top Gun in HECKLEVISION!

Friday

  • 4th of July
  • SIFF Film Center: Limited restored The Beatles: A Hard Day’s Night plays through the weekend with matinees on Sat and Sun.
  • Harvard Exit: Life Itself, the Roger Ebert documentary opens
  • Varsity Theatre: Korengal with special local military personnel who will be in attendance at particular showings. Check the website for more Information

Saturday

  • The Central Cinema: Team America: World Police and The Dark Crystal open and play through the week with matinee showings of The Dark Crystal on Saturday and Sunday at 3pm
  • Northwest Film Forum: Zidane soccer documentary/experimental film
  • The Grand Illusion: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb opens a limited engagement through the 10th.

 

Sunday

  • Northwest Film Forum: Martin Scorsese presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema with the film Pharaoh.  This is a special engagement so ticket prices are much higher. $70 reg price

Monday

  • Northwest Film Forum: Pandemic: The Best of Viral Videos

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