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Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) 2014 Preview: Films We’re Excited About

Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) 2014 is here, which means another few weeks of impressively-curated film-going madness for everyone in the Puget Sound Region. Below, we’ve once again given you our top selections for the year, grouped by world region. Stay tuned in the weeks to come, as we offer updates throughout the festival’s progression,...Read...
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Concept-Heavy Events: Fin De Cinema, The Wiz, Krautrock Classics, Signify Sanctify Believe

This post highlights some of our favorite multi-disciplinary arts events (centered mainly around music) coming up from like-minded co-conspirators in Seattle, Portland, and Los Angeles. More events for the next post, including two installments of REDEFINE’s Intuitive Navigation in Seattle and Portland (see last year’s HERE), and Seattle’s ambient music festival Substrata. Signify, Sanctify, Believe...Read...
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Amnesty International Celebrates 50th Anniversary.

Amnesty International’s 50th Anniversary is tomorrow, May 28th, and this is just a quick post showing off their latest promotional video in celebration of that. They certainly went a bleak route, full of gunshots and burning torsos — but there is a light at the end of the tunnel. The video, Standing Up For Freedom...Read...
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Miroslav Sasek, Show Me The World, Please.

A vacation in Paris inspired Czech artist Miroslav Sasek to create children’s travel guides to big cities around the world. Illustrated in Sasek’s signature watercolor style, these large-format books from the ’60s are a timestamp in history and an interesting addition to any bookshelf. Sasek may have passed away in 1980, but his art lives...Read...
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