Festival Venues

SIFF Cinema Egyptian

801 E Pine Street
Seattle, WA, 98122

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One screen. Built in 1915. SIFF Cinema Egyptian Theatre is located on Capitol Hill near Downtown Seattle and features a wide array of independent film, foreign language cinema, documentaries and restored classics.

SIFF Film Center

Northwest Rooms, Seattle Center
Seattle, WA 98109

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SIFF Film Center is a state-of-the-art jewelbox cinema, with seats rescued from the balcony of Seattle's Cinerama Theatre. Featuring archival-ready 35mm print projection and digital 3D capabilities, the Film Center is a true home for extraordinary film experiences.

SIFF Cinema Uptown

511 Queen Anne Avenue N
Seattle, WA 98109

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SIFF Cinema at the Uptown has 3 screens, ranging from 150 seats to 500 seats. It is equipped with 35mm archival print-ready projection, state-of-the-art digital projection, and sound systems that perfectly complement the great sightlines and excellent acoustics.

AMC Pacific Place

600 Pine Street - Ste 400
Seattle, WA 98101

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AMC Pacific Place 11 is the state-of-the-art movie house in downtown Seattle. With stadium and rocker chair seating in each of its 11 auditoriums, as well as digital sound and wall-to-wall screens, Seattle film fans will enjoy a phenomenal moviegoing experience.

Ark Lodge Columbia City

4816 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118

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Housed in a vintage building, Ark Lodge Cinemas operates daily as a four-screen theater in Southeast Seattle’s historic Columbia City neighborhood. Presentation is state of the art with big screens and Dolby Digital 7.1 stereo surround sound capability in every auditorium.

Cinerama Theater

2100 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121

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Seattle Cinerama Theatre, built in 1963, is owned by philanthropist and investor Paul G. Allen, who saved it from demolition in 1988. Vulcan Inc. directed a spectacular restoration of the theater's early 1960s interiors and brought back the massive, curved screen used for special presentations of Cinerama and 70mm wide-screen movies.