february, 2017

01feb6:00 pm6:30 pmFrom the Sublime to the Ridiculous: Movies Shot in Pioneer Square


Event Details

Seattle Weekly film critic Robert Horton will be showcasing and discussing movies shot in the vicinity of Pioneer Square. From the sublime to the ridiculous, these films document places that have changed, disappeared (R.I.P. Kingdome), or will soon be history (the Alaskan Way Viaduct always was a good place for a car chase). Robert is a film critic for Seattle Weekly and the Everett Herald, and a longtime contributor to Film Comment. He curated the Magic Lantern film-discussion program at the Frye Art Museum for ten years, has taught at Seattle University, and is a guest speaker for Smithsonian Journeys.


(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm PST


Milepost 31

211 First Ave. S

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