Campus events for Fri., May 27 – Mon., May 30: #SIFF2016 is finally here!

Here are the events happening around campus for Fri., May 27 through Mon., May 30.

Fri., May 27

Music Students Afternoon Recital, Music bldg., room 818
Fri., May 27: 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Come support our Shoreline music students and hear what they’ve been up to this quarter at a free recital.

Transfer Shock, PUB Quiet Dining Room (9208)
Fri., May 27: 12:30-2 p.m.
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Hear what a panel of Shoreline international student alumni have to say about the challenges and successes of transferring. Ask about grades, housing, adjusting to a new university, and how to pick the best transfer university for you.

Intramural Yoga, Athletics bldg., room 3025
Fri., May 27: 12:35-1:25 p.m.
Intramural yoga free to students, faculty, and staff of Shoreline Community College.

SIFF Opening Night Party, Main Campus Theater
Fri., May 27: 5:30-10 p.m.
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Join us in celebrating the Opening Night of SIFF’s run at Shoreline with a wine tasting at 5:30 p.m. in the Main Campus Theater followed by a 7 p.m. screening of The Tenth Man. After the film at 8:30 p.m., the Foundation will host an After Party in the PUB Main Dining Room. Tickets and more info can be found on the Foundation page.

SIFF presents “The Tenth Man,” Main Theater
Fri., May 27: 7 p.m.
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A genial and lighthearted affair, in which a New York-based Jewish-Argentinian man returns to the Once district of Buenos Aires for Purim, reconnecting with his father, his faith, his native community, and his heart.

Tickets for the standalone film are available at www.siff.net. Tickets for the gala event, which includes entrance to the screening of The Tenth Man, are available at www.shoreline.edu/foundation.

Sat., May 28

SIFF presents “Belle and Sebastian, the Adventure Continues,” Main Theater
Sat., May 28: 1 p.m.
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In a new chapter of the beloved saga of Belle & Sebastian (SIFF 2014), the now-10-year-old hero and his brave, shaggy dog embark on an exciting adventure to rescue Sebastian’s mom, who is lost after her plane crashes deep in the forest. Recommended for ages 7+ (includes limited foul language; some scenes [including large-scale forest fires] may be scary; plane crash; threatening animals).

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble,” Main Theater
Sat., May 28: 3:30 p.m.
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From the director of the Oscar®-winning documentary Twenty Feet From Stardom comes the delightful globe-trotting story of celebrated cellist Yo-Yo Ma and his multicultural collective of inspiring master musicians from around the world.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “The Architect,” Main Theater
Sat., May 28: 6 p.m.
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Parker Posey and Eric McCormack star in this bizarrely comic tale of love, obsession, and deceit as a couple who hires a modernist architect to build their dream house, not realizing he has every intent to follow his own design—and desires.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “The People vs. Fritz Bauer,” Main Theater
Sat. May 28: 8:30 p.m.

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A riveting historical thriller in which a tenacious Jewish lawyer returns from his self-imposed exile in the aftermath of WWII, risking everything as he carefully organizes the prosecution of Germany’s greatest war criminals.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

Sun., May 29

SIFF presents “Beware the Slenderman,” Main Theater
Sun., May 29: 12:30 p.m.
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An insightful, infuriating, heartbreaking, and gripping true-crime documentary delving into the brutal stabbing of a 12-year-old Wisconsin girl by her best friends, who claimed they were influenced by an internet bogeyman known as “the Slenderman.”

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “The Intervention,” Main Theater
Sun., May 29: 3:30 p.m.

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Actress Clea DuVall’s directorial debut is a modern twist on The Big Chill, with a top-notch indie cast portraying a group of friends whose reunion getaway goes south when it is revealed that the trip was orchestrated as an intervention for one troubled marriage.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “The Final Master,” Main Theater
Sun., May 29: 6:30 p.m.

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A Wing Chun master must singlehandedly take on a town full of martial-arts schools jockeying for dominance through realistic, bone-crunching hand-to-hand combat in this action-packed film from the writer of Wong Kar-wai’s The Grandmaster.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “The Lure,” Main Theater
Sun., May 29: 9:15 p.m.
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A fanciful horror-tinged New Wave rock opera transpires when a pair of bewitching mermaids emerge from the sea to join a Warsaw nightclub act, then face some cruel, bloody choices when one of them falls in love with a handsome young bass player.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

Mon., May 30

Campus services are closed in observance of the Memorial Day holiday, but the Theater is open for SIFF showings. 

Veterans’ day at SIFF:
40 free tickets are available for veterans to use on Mon., May 30 to any of four films showing on Shoreline’s campus on Mon., May 30 – Memorial Day.

These tickets are offered first come, first served – tickets must be picked up by noon on May 27 in the Foundation office or by seeing Mary Brueggeman on May 30 in the Main theater lobby. Please have military ID to show when picking up tickets. These free tickets for veterans are made available courtesy of Chuck Olson Chevrolet-Kia and Girandola Tools for Entrepreneurs.

SIFF presents “Come What May,” Main Theater
Mon., May 30: 12:30 p.m.

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In May 1940, the residents of a small French village—including a schoolteacher, the mayor, a 10-year-old boy, and a musician—begin an intensely emotional journey when they flee the approaching Nazi forces, heading toward the coast by foot and carriage.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “Author: The JT LeRoy Story,” Main Theater
Mon., May 30: 3 p.m.
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Uncover the fascinating truth behind wunderkind JT LeRoy, whose tough, sordid memoirs about life as a teenage male hustler captivated the literary world—until he was revealed to be a fictional creation of 40-year-old female writer Laura Albert.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “Finding October,” Main Theater
Mon., May 30: 6 p.m.
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Two young men, traveling through the Pacific Northwest so one can propose to his longtime girlfriend, encounter road-trip fiascos, cold feet, and an enigmatic female drifter in this emotionally engaging chamber piece. Written, directed, and produced by Shoreline alumnus Nick Terry. 

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

SIFF presents “The Free World,” Main Theater
Mon., May 30: 8:30 p.m.
free world.jpgRecently released after being falsely imprisoned, an ex-con (Boyd Holbrook) meets the troubled wife of a particularly nasty cop (Elisabeth Moss) and begins a sultry romance that sends his fresh start down a dark and dangerous path.

General admission $13, SIFF member $11. Tickets at www.siff.net or at the door.

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