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    Seattle International Film Festival Announces 2015 Winners

    "The Dark Horse" and "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" were two of the big winners at this year's festival, which took place May 14-June 7.

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    Seattle Film Fest: 'Me and Earl,' 'Phoenix,' Studio Ghibli Among 2015 Winners

    From inside the Space Needle, the Seattle International Film Festival announced the winners of the 2015 Golden Space Needle Audience and Competition Awards.

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    Exclusive: Seattle Film Fest Programs 6 American Indies in Catalyst Lineup

    All world premieres, the six films in the Seattle International Film Festival's Catalyst lineup are revealed, exclusively on TOH!

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    Seattle Film Fest Books Scorsese, Greenaway, 'Overnight,' 'Inside Out,' '54' and More

    The curtain has lifted on Seattle's 41st annual program.

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    'Spy' to Open Seattle Film Fest

    Writer/director Paul Feig's Bond spoof starring Melissa McCarthy and Rose Byrne will then open everyone on June 5.

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    Olivia Thirlby and Vincent Kartheiser Take a Chilly Honeymoon in New 'Red Knot' Trailer

    Scott Cohen's new film showcases the harsh beauty of Antarctica.

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    Watch: Amy Seimetz Does Not Have it Together in '9 Full Moons' Exclusive Clips

    Love can get pretty toxic when you don't have your own life figured out.

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    Seattle Fest Announces Women in Cinema Lineup: Lynn Shelton, Hannah Espia, Jessica Yu, More

    "Every year, I've seen the Women in Cinema festival continue to grow in relevance and in astonishing works from incredible filmmakers."

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