Seed Arts Cinema Series “Homegrown Documentaries”

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SEEDArts Cinema says
This March, at the third annual SEED Arts Cinema Series, “Homegrown Documentaries,” you’ll hear three powerful stories produced here in the Pacific Northwest. The two-day series, March 27 & 28, is comprised of three dynamic, award-winning, locally made documentaries to be screened at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center. The festival opens Friday evening with Evergreen: The Road to Legalization (3/27 at 7pm). Opening the series on Saturday will be a FREE work-in-progress screening of a film from SeaDocs. Afterwards we present Oil & Water (3/28 at 5pm), and My Last Year with the Nuns (3/28 at 7pm). Each film will be followed by a community conversation with the filmmakers and moderated by Rustin Thompson, The Restless Critic.

Admission to the Cinema Series is $5 per film. All films will be screened on the new digital projection system with Dolby surround sound at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center, 3515 S Alaska St, Seattle, WA 98118. Limited concessions will be available. For more information and updates, call 206.725.7517 or visit www.rainiervalleyculturalcenter.org/cinema.
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