Tickets for these encore presentations are on-sale now.
With the exception of "How to Train Your Dragon 2," 'Ida," "Burt's Buzz" and "Borgman," these are one-night only encore presentations. Some of these films do no have U.S. distribution deals yet - so this may be the last time to see some of them in theaters for the rest of 2014.
This dark comedy about a vagrant's effort to turn an upper-class family's live into a psychological nightmare has turned into one of the fan favorites of the film festival circuit. "Borgman" has been nominated or won "Best Film" honors at numerous festivals - including AFI Fest and the Vancouver Film Festival - and was nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes.
"Life Feels Good" was among the most honored films at the Seattle International Film Festival after winning Best Actor (Dawid Ogrodnik) and was first runner-up for Best Film and Best Director.
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. (watch the trailer)
'The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared'
One of the most talked about films among SIFF attendees was this absurd comedy from Norway about a very old man's misadventures and his equally unbelievable life.
For his 100th birthday, Allan Karlsson decides to escape his retirement home and finds himself on a misadventure, crossing paths with angry skinheads, elephants and running from the authorities and a various new enemies. (watch the trailer)
This latest film from director Richard Linklater ("Before Sunrise" trilogy) was the clear overall favorite film of SIFF 2014. "Boyhood" won the SIFF Golden Space Needle Award of Best Film, as well as Best Director and Best Actress (Patricia Arquette).
Experimental film shot over the course of 12 years - using the same core actors - to chronicle the growth of a boy into adulthood. (watch the trailer)
Stellan Skarsgard ("Good Will Hunting," "The Avengers") stars in this dark crime comedy described as a Norwegian "Fargo" meets "Dirty Harry," which follows a model citizen's violent hunt for his son's murderer. (watch the trailer)
Recently added to the 'Best of SIFF' lineup is this adaptation from writer-director-star Guillaume Gallienne is this semi-autobiographical film about his relationship with his mother, who raised Guillaume as a girl.
"Me, Myself and Mum" won multiple César Awards (think, French Academy Awards) for Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor and Best Film.