Girls Rock! SIFF film screening at City Hall
Join us at Seattle City Hall as SIFF dims the lights for Girls Rock! a documentary film by Arne Johnson about a rock ‘n’ roll camp, where girls are taught to sweat like a pig, scream like a banshee and wail on instruments with complete abandon. The young female rockers also learn that “it is 100 percent OK to be exactly who you are.” An unrated family-friendly film. Be among the first 100 in attendance and get a free bag of popcorn.
DATE:Thursday, April 16, 2009
TIME:Noon – 1:30 p.m.
600 Fourth Ave.
(Double bill with Vertigo)
Running time: 112 Minutes
“Look out the window, see things you shouldn’t see,” nurse Thelma Ritter tells Jimmy Stewart, a New York photographer housebound with a broken leg. But he can’t help it, and after he thinks he’s seen a murder, he gets his gorgeous girlfriend Grace Kelly involved. Feel free to interpret Hitchcock’s disturbing subtext about voyeurism as a stand-in for “filmgoing.”
Double bill! Your ticket for the first screening grants you admission to the second at no additional charge.
DATE: Thursday, April 16, 2009
TIME: 7:30 Rear Window, 9:45 Vertigo
LOCATION: McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer Street at 3rd Avenue