Passes for One or Two to Seattle South Asian Film Festival (Half Off). Six Options Available.

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Ten-day festival spotlights movies from South Asian countries such as India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka; includes discussions with directors

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Choose from Six Options

  • $63 for a full-festival pass for one (a $126 value)
  • $126 for a full-festival pass for two (a $252 value)
  • $30 for a Seattle festival pass for one (a $60 value)
  • $60 for a Seattle festival pass for two (a $120 value)
  • $30 for a Bothell festival pass for one (a $60 value)
  • $60 for a Bothell festival pass for two (a $120 value)

In Seattle (Friday, October 4–Sunday, October 6), attendees receive passes to the opening night gala and reception, all film programs, the community forum, and the filmmakers' roundtable. Admission to the Bothell festival (Friday, October 11–Sunday, October 13) includes passes to all film programs, as well as the closing night reception. Passes to both festivals include admission to all the above, as well as the screening and dinner on Thursday, October 10. Click to view a full schedule.

Tasveer Seattle South Asian Film Festival

Held at two locations over the course of 10 days, the Tasveer Seattle South Asian Film Festival showcases filmmakers whose work reflects issues facing the region. Culled from countries such as Sri Lanka and Pakistan, as well as border countries including Afghanistan, many of the movies are followed by discussions with their directors. In the past, these directors have included luminaries, such as Indian director Mira Nair, but also local artists making their debuts. Along with screenings and Q&A's, there will be filmmaker roundtables and community discussions that tackle subjects including the struggles minorities face living in the U.S.

  1. 1

    Seattle International Film Center

    305 Harrison St.

    Seattle, Washington 98109

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  2. 2

    North Creek Event Center

    18115 Campus Way NE

    Bothell, Washington 98011

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  3. 3

    Uptown Cinema

    321 Mercer St.

    Seattle, Washington 98109

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