Day 24 of the Seattle International Film Festival features an absurd comedy from the creator of "Childrens Hospital," one of summer's most anticipated family films and a horror flick from two artists who are reshaping indie film.
"They Came Together" -- Director David Wain (founding member of "The State," creator of "Childrens Hospital") Amy Poehler and Paul take aim at every tired rom-com cliche and convention in this meta-comedy. (watch the trailer)
Director David Wain is scheduled to attend this screening, which is the featured film of this Saturday Night Party.
7 p.m. PT at the Egyptian Theatre, with a follow-up screening June 8.
6:30 p.m. PT at Pacific Place, with a follow-up screening June 8.
"Creep" -- In this found-footage flick, a struggling videographer answers a Craigslist add to film the last day of a terminally ill man in a remote mountain village -- but the sick man is not what he appears.
Director Patrick Brice and actor Mark Duplass are scheduled to attend this screening.
9:45 p.m. PT at the Egyptian Theatre, with a follow-up screening June 8.
Finally, these films close their SIFF run June 7:
- "Futuro Beach"
- "Alex of Venice"
- "Walesa. Man of Hope"
- "The Breach"
- "Big in Japan"
- "The Boy and the World"
- "Dear White People"
- "To Be Takei"
- "The Great Museum"
- "Palestine Stereo"
- "The Geographer Drank His Globe Away"
- "The Babadook"
For a complete list of all films screening at the Seattle International Film Festival on June 7, click here.