North Bend Theatre's Film Fest
October 2, 2008 · Updated 2:33 PM
In addition to the Milwaukee Railroad documentary video, the
North Bend Theatre is taking a vacation from mainstream Hollywood to present
art films from around the world.
Theatre owner Brian Slover said this is the first art film festival in
the Valley and its a great chance to see these rare movies without going
Shows before 6 p.m. cost $5 per person, and evening shows are $6.
The ticket price for children under 10 and seniors over 65 is $4.
North Bend Theatre festival t-shirts and hats are also available.
Movie times are subject to change, so call (425) 888-1232 or
visit www.northbendtheatre.com the day of the show.
"Sunshine" 7:30 p.m. on
Oct. 4 and 5.
English language, from Hungary
An epic tale of a Hungarian Jewish family going through three
generations of change, starring Ralph Fiennes ("The English Patient")
and Jennifer Ehle ("Pride and
Prejudice"). Directed by Istvan Szabo.
Three hours long, rated R for strong sexuality, violence,
language and nudity.
"Rear Window" 7:30 p.m.
on Oct. 6; 5 and 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 6 and 7.
English language, from the United States.
This is Alfred Hitchcock's 1954 masterpiece about the thrill of
voyeurism. This version of the film is a $700,000 Technicolor restoration.
One hour, 40 minutes long. rated PG.
"Butterfly" 5 and 9:30 p.m
on Oct. 6; 3 and 9:30 p.m. on Oct. 6 and 7.
Spanish language with subtitles, from Spain.
A story of youth, love and loss told around a school child and his
headmaster. Based on the short stories of award winning author Manuel Rivas.
Starring Fernando Fernan Gomez.
One hour, 35 minutes, rated R due to a sex scene.
"Life Along the Tracks: The Milwaukee Railroad in the
Snoqualmie Valley" _ 10 a.m. on Oct. 7.
A video that presents the stories of local people who lived along
the tracks of, or worked for, the Milwaukee railroad that once ran through
the Snoqualmie Valley.
Sponsored by the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society and produced
by Byrd Productions.
Thirty minutes, and not rated. All ages are welcome.
"The Color of Paradise" _ 7
p.m. on Oct. 9 and 10.
Persian language with subtitles, From Iran.
A blind Iranian boy's quest to use his senses to find signs of God and
the colors of paradise. Shows the beauty of the Iranian countryside.
Directed by Majid Majidi ("Children of Heaven").
One hour, 30 minutes, rated PG.
"The Five Senses" _ 9 p.m. on Oct. 9, 10 and 11.
English language, from Canada.
Five different, but interconnected stories that explore the difficulty
humans have in forging meaningful relationships.
Starring Mary-Louise Parker ("Fried Green Tomatoes") and
directed by Jeremy Podeswa.
One hour, 45 minutes, rated R due to sexuality and language.