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PIFF42

March 7-21, 2019

Case of the Mondays

Weekly essential film programming

Northwest Tracking

Showcasing the work of NW filmmakers

2019 Celluloid Projections

Every film screening on celluloid this year

Upcoming Films

Thu, Mar 21

Acid Forest

Directed by Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė

The Curonian Spit, situated on the Baltic Sea on the border between Lithuania and Russia, is one of the world’s

Thu, Mar 21

Your Face

Directed by Tsai Ming-Liang

Master director Tsai’s latest experiment with heavily stripped down cinema is no less thrilling and enveloping than his earlier quasi-neorealist

Thu, Mar 21

Fugue

Directed by Agnieszka Smoczynska

Director Smoczynska takes a sharp left turn in her follow up to 2015’s The Lure, abandoning the singing, murderous mermaids

Thu, Mar 21

Shorts 7: Ways of Seeing

Directed by Various

Thu, Mar 21

An Elephant Sitting Still

Directed by Hu Bo

A student of Hungarian master Béla Tarr, Hu Bo completed this stunning debut feature at age 29 before taking his

Thu, Mar 21

3 Faces

Directed by Jafar Panahi

Long banned from making films by the ruling regime in Iran, master filmmaker Panahi has nonetheless defiantly continued to produce

Thu, Mar 21

Redemption

Directed by Yossi Madmoni, Boaz Yehonatan Yacov

Madmoni and Yacov’s deeply emotional spiritual journey highlights the necessity of family and friends, even if that means painfully coming

Thu, Mar 21

The Heiresses

Directed by Marcelo Martinessi

In a relationship for over 30 years, Chela (Ana Brun) and Chiquita (Margarita Irun) are settled into a comfortable domestic

Thu, Mar 21

Donbass

Directed by Sergei Loznitsa

Loznitsa continues his vital explorations of the conflict raging in eastern Ukraine’s Donbass region, a hotly contested area marked by

Thu, Mar 21

What Is Democracy?

Directed by Astra Taylor

The question posed by the title of Astra Taylor’s (Examined Life, Zizek!) latest documentary is undoubtedly a huge one with

Thu, Mar 21

Blind Spot

Directed by Tuva Novotny

Making her feature debut with this immersive single-take family drama, actress-turned-director Novotny delivers one of the year’s most emotionally gripping

Fri, Mar 22

The Silence of Others

Directed by Robert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo

Under General Francisco Franco’s fascist military dictatorship in Spain, lasting from 1939 until his death in 1975, the Spanish people