Closed since 2020, the historic venue will fire up the projectors later this year with a new name.
Plus, local filmmakers in the lineup and offscreen happenings at the Pacific Bonsai Museum, Third Place Books and Tractor Tavern.
How Hollywood filmed the Emerald City.
Since the 1930s, Hollywood has fixated on Seattle's complex nature, from its stunning mountains and oceans to sprawling freight yards.
The Emerald City has played many film roles, from gritty city to rom-com backdrop. Knute Berger reviews our cinematic history.
Forest for the Trees kicks off in Pioneer Square. Plus, festival season is upon us with art books, bike movies and Belltown Bloom.
Plus, new books by Northwest authors for Independent Bookstore Day.
Why was a Confederate flag flying over downtown Seattle?
Rebel flags once flew over Fifth Avenue — and it wasn't just about the 'Gone With the Wind' premiere.
Plus, movies for art-loving earthlings at the Seattle Black Film Festival and the Seattle Nordic Film Festival.
Plus, a celebration of animated movies at MoPOP and a design-film festival at Northwest Film Forum.
Plus, a ‘Last of Us’-inspired mushroom hunt through art galleries in Pioneer Square and Georgetown.
Plus, a Chihuly documentary that goes behind the glass and Northwest writers up for national book awards.
Film noir at SIFF, an Afghan arts festival, a Brazilian carnival and a pop-up Black history museum.
Plus, a cross-cultural, all-female expedition to the North Pole captured on film.
MoPOP and the Museum of Museums explore a galaxy of Black culture by way of science fiction, fashion and art installations.