SIFFing: Parallax View’s SIFF 2011 Guide

Updated through Sunday, June 12

The 37th Annual Seattle International Film Festival opened on Thursday, May 19 and ran for 25 days through Sunday, June 12. Here is Parallax View’s coverage and guide to  SIFF resources.

SIFF Week by Week:
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 8: “Life in a Day” and “Norwegian Wood,” final screenings and return engagements (Sean Axmaker)
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 7: The Night of Counting the Years (Sean Axmaker)
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 6: Awards (Sean Axmaker)
Seattle International Film Festival Closing Weekend (Meredith Brody for TOH!)
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 5: The Yellow Sea (Sean Axmaker)
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 4: The White Meadows (Sean Axmaker)
SIFF Week 4: 15 New Picks & Pans (Seattle Weekly, Brian Miller and others)
SIFF Dispatch: Meeting Elmo (Kim Voynar at Movie City News)
Tomorrow Will Be Better (Kathleen Murphy)
Letters From the Big Man (Robert Horton)
See 10 Good Movies in 10 Remaining Days of SIFF (Moira Macdonald, John Hartl and Tom Keogh for Seattle Times)
SIFF Week 3 Picks & Pans (Seattle Weekly, Brian Miller and others)
Small Town Murder Songs (Richard T. Jameson)
Vampire (Kathleen Murphy)
SIFF’s second week expands to screens in Everett (Robert Horton for The Everett Herald)
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 3: Neptune Renovations and Mysteries of Lisbon (Sean Axmaker)
SIFF Day 4 (Meredith Brody for TOH!)
Raiders keep losing the Ark (Richard T. Jameson)
SIFF Week 2 Picks & Pans (Seattle Weekly, Brian Miller and others)
SIFF Weekend One, Day Three (Meredith Brody for TOH!)
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 2: The Neptune Returns with Tom Tykwer’s “3”
(Sean Axmaker)
Flamenco, Flamenco (Kathleen Murphy)
Kosmos (Richard T. Jameson)
SIFF 2011 Dispatch 1: Galas (Sean Axmaker)
Black Venus (Kathleen Murphy)
Seattle International Film Festival Weekend One (Meredith Brody for TOH!)
SIFF Week 1 Picks and Pans (Seattle Weekly, Brian Miller and others)

Spotlight Features and Commentary:
Can We Talk About SIFF? (Paul Constant for The Stranger Slog)
Smilin’ through – SIFF 2011: Is anybody really trying? (Kathleen Murphy)
SIFF 2011: Bigger than ever… but better? (Kathleen Murphy)
The Neptune Will Be a “Bona Fide Movie Theater” By Friday Night (Paul Constant for The Stranger Slog)
Cluttered Homes and Haunted Houses: Matt Wilkins and Marrow (Sean Axmaker)
Out of Africa: Eliachi Kimaro and A Lot Like You (Brian Miller)
11 feature films with Northwest ties at SIFF (Moira Macdonald)

Reviews and capsules:
Straight Shooting (Richard T. Jameson and Kathleen Murphy)
The Stranger’s SIFF Notes (Lindy West, Andy Wright and the Stranger staff)
The Stranger’s SIFF Capsules (on one really long page) (Lindy West, Andy Wright and the Stranger staff)
Seattle Times Guide to SIFF 2011 (Moira Macdonald, John Hartl, Tom Keogh and others)
Archived SIFF 2011 capsule reviews at Seattle Times (Moira Macdonald, John Hartl, Tom Keogh and others)
SIFFBlog (Kathy Fennessy)
Seattle Post-Globe: Pick of the Day (Bill White)
Three Imaginary Girls
Film Essent (Kim Voynar, Movie City News)
Twitch
A Random Walk Through Film

Previews:
SIFF 2011 in Everett (Robert Horton)
Parallax View SIFF 2011 Preview (Sean Axmaker)
SIFF 2011: A Preliminary Glimpse (Richard T. Jameson)

Official sites:
SIFF homepage
SIFFter

and other resources:
The official Twitter Feed of the Seattle International Film Festival

See here for SIFF 2010 Coverage


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