Day 25 - the final day of the Seattle International Film Festival - wraps up the nearly month-long festival.
"The One I Love" -- Typically the featured film of the Closing Night Gala enjoys only one screening during the festival - however, this dramatic blend of relationship drama and surprising plot twists gets a rare encore screening. It's the only film during SIFF to screen twice on the same day. (watch a clip)
Stars Elisabeth Moss ("Mad Men") and Mark Duplass ("Creep," "Safety Not Guaranteed") are scheduled to attend the 6:30 p.m. screening.
6:30 p.m. PT at the Cinerama, followed by an encore screening at 9:30 p.m. PT.
"Calvary" -- The breakout foreign comedy of 2011 was "The Guard," with some believing lead actor Brendan Gleeson should have received strong consideration during award season. "Calvary" reteams "The Guard" director John Michael McDonagh with Gleeson to tell this story of a priest who is told that he will be murdered very soon. (watch the trailer)
11 a.m. PT at the Harvard Exit.
"Bound: Africans versus African Americans" -- This provocative documentary analyzes the social tensions between Africans and African-Americans.
Director Peres Owino, producers Tene Carter and Isaiah Washington are scheduled to attend this screening.
2:30 p.m. PT at the SIFF Uptown.
"Life Feels Good" -- This Polish film has received wide acclaim for its heartbreaking and sweet true story of a good natured young man, who has cerebral palsy, struggling to be understood by his family.
6:15 p.m. PT at Pacific Place
"Manuscripts Don’t Burn" -- In 2010, Iranian Mohammad Rasoulof was accused of creating propaganda and slapped with a 20-year ban on film making. That did not stop him from crafting telling this true story - filmed completely in secret - of two Iranian assassins ordered to eliminate 21 dissident writers and journalists (watch the trailer)
7:30 p.m. PT at the Harvard Exit
For a complete list of all films screening at the Seattle International Film Festival on June 8, click here.