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Seattle Cinema Club Message Board › Upcoming EVENTS

Upcoming EVENTS

Dawn
user 2916685
Seattle, WA
Hello,
Please be sure to check the events listed for the remainder of September.

There are 3 films listed from the Almodovar series:

1. Bad Education-Sept 17
2. Law of Desire-Sept 20
3. Matador-Sept 22

There is also an undetermined event for Friday, evening, September 29. Your suggestions are welcome.

http://movies.meetup....­

Thanks,
Dawn
A former member
Post #: 8
I keep hearing good things about Little Miss Sunshine
A former member
Post #: 2
I really enjoyed Little Miss Sunshine! You ought to catch..It's quirky and funny :)
Dawn
user 2916685
Seattle, WA
Post #: 11
A couple more possibilities for Friday, Sept 29:

1. Riding Alone for a Thousand Miles
Synopsis:
Hoping to bridge the gap between himself and his dying son Kenichi (Kiichi Nakai), who is a fan of Chinese folk music, Takata (Ken Takakura) travels across China's heartland to find famous opera singer Li Jiamin (playing himself) and videotape his performance of the legendary song, "Riding Alone for Thousands of Miles." As Takata begins his odyssey, he encounters strangers who color his journey and allow him to discover kindness and a sense of family he thought he had lost long ago. Directed and co-written by Zhang Yimou (House of Flying Daggers, Raise the Red Lantern).

2. Vajra Sky over Tibet http://www.vajrasky.c...­
Synopsis:
A cinematic pilgrimage to central Tibet, director John Bush's documentary bears witness to the indomitable faith of its Buddhist community and the imminent threat to its very survival. Traveling through breathtaking Himalayan terrain, Vajra Sky journeys to legendary temples, monasteries and festivals, while revealing a covert policy of Chinese authorities to destroy this ancient wisdom tradition from within. This is one of the rare documentaries to be filmed entirely inside Tibet and has received the blessing and endorsement of The Dalai Lama.

(I will keep checking for additional listings. In the meantime, please feel free to post your interests.)

Dawn
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