Day 3 of the Seattle International Film Festival includes documentaries about high fashion, Chinese food in America, a legendary entertainment manager, as well as one-night-only screening of the latest from writer/director/star Clark Gregg.
Director Frédéric Tcheng is scheduled to attend this screening, which will be followed by a reception at Il Fornaio.
This film screens at 6:30 p.m. PT at Pacific Place, with follow-up screenings May 18 and May 22.
"Trust Me" -- Comic fanboys know him as Agent Coulson in the Marvel movies, but Clark Gregg will screen the film he starred in, directed and wrote. Gregg stars as an underdog Hollywood agent who may have discovered the next up-and-coming child actor. (watch the trailer)
Director/screenwriter/actor Clark Gregg is scheduled to attend this one-night-only screening.
7 p.m. PT at the Egyptian Theatre.
"Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon" -- 'SNL' alum Mike Myers makes his directorial debut with this documentary about legendary manager to the stars Shep Gordon, who has managed Alice Cooper, Blondie and many others. (watch the trailer)
Shep Gordon is scheduled to attend this screening.
This film screens at 9 p.m. PT at Pacific Place, with a follow-up screening May 18.
"The Search for General Tso" - the follow-up documentary from "King Corn" director Ian Cheney - kicks off the day's screenings. This doc endeavours to discover the roots of the ubiquitous General Tso's chicken and unravel the greater history of Chinese food in America. (watch the trailer)
Cheney is scheduled to attend today's screening.
This film screens at 3:45 p.m. PT at Lincoln Square, with a follow-up screening May 18.
Finally, these films close their SIFF run May 17:
For a complete list of all films screening at SIFF on May 17, click here.