Sunday, April 3, 2022

TheTwoOhSix Picks - 2022 Seattle International Film Festival

The Seattle International Film Festival is back! Two years ago, the long running annual event had been canceled and last year was a virtual experience but now, as the world begins to move forward, the staff and programmers have created a jam packed hybrid experience for festival goers to enjoy. Along with that comes my preview post that highlights the feature films you do not want to miss.

Whether the Weather Is Fine Directed by Carlo Francisco Manatad

This year, there are 262 movies from filmmakers in 80 countries around the world with just about any genre you can think of represented in some fashion. It was tough to narrow this down to just a few selections so my list includes 20 narrative features, 10 feature documentaries, and nine films that I have watched during previous film festivals with reviews for each of those attached. Each title links to the movie's corresponding page on the SIFF website.

Narrative Features:


Movies Previously Seen:

To keep track of all my Sundance reviews, interviews, and other festival coverage please go to: TheTwoOhSix at SIFF 2022.

About SIFF
SIFF believes in film’s unique power to share original stories, diverse perspectives, and rich emotional journeys. Beginning in 1976 with the annual Seattle International Film Festival, then expanding into year-round programming, and our five-screen SIFF Cinema, we have offered experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world for nearly five decades. Our audiences allow us to take risks, host complex conversations, and truly appreciate film.

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