Posted in: by Sean Axmaker, Contributors, Seattle Screens

Seattle Screens: Quentin Tarantino in 70mm at Cinerama

The 70mm roadshow version of Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight is back for a limited run at the Cinerama starting Friday, April 15. If you’ve been waiting for the ideal conditions for the full experience, you won’t get much better than this. Showtimes and tickets here.

SIFF’s interactive Cinema Dissection event this weekend presents Dog Day Afternoon with the discussion hosted and moderated by Robert Horton, filling in for the previously announced Sandy Ciofi. The discussion begins at 11am at SIFF Film Center on Saturday, April 16. Details here.

Elvis, Evergreens, and Umbrellas: 50 Years of Seattle on the Big Screen is a three-hour tour of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest on film hosted by location scout Dave Drummond at SIFF Film Center on Sunday, April 17. Details here.

The Seijun Suzuki retrospective continues with screenings of Gate of Flesh (Saturday, April 16) and Fighting Elegy (Sunday, April 17) at Grand Illusion.

ByDesign 2016 film series continues at NWFF through Sunday. Schedule here.

François Truffaut’s Stolen Kisses (1968), starring Jean-Pierre Leaud as Antoine Doinel, plays on Thursday, April 21 at Plestcheeff Auditorium. Individual tickets are available on the day of show on a first come, first served basis. Details here.

Visit the film review pages at The Seattle TimesSeattle Weekly, and The Stranger for more releases.

View complete screening schedules through IMDbMSNYahoo, or Fandango, pick the interface of your choice.