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The largest film festival in the country, the Seattle International Film Festival, runs for 25 days from mid-May to mid-June and shows over 400 screenings. Northwest Film Forum boasts a cinema featuring the best of national and international film 360 days a year, as well as a filmmaking library, exhibition space, and production facilities and equipment. Jack Straw Productions is a community-based resource for audio arts. The 911 Media Arts Center supports the creation and exhibition of media arts with workshops, events and production equipment and space.

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Seattle International Film Festival
now offers year round programming at SIFF Cinema. With two locations, the Film Center, located on the Seattle Center campus, and the historic nearby Uptown Cinemas, there's always something interesting on screen.