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Seattle International Film Festival
Admin Office: 911 Pine St. 6th Floor | Box Office ph: (206) 324.9996 or Info ph: (206) 324.9997

Held annually from late May through early June, the Seattle International Film Festival is the largest film festival in the United States.

Featuring more than 300 films, it has been named as one of the top five film festivals by the New York Times, Atlantic Monthly, Entertainment Weekly and USA Today. The festival shows everything from feature length films, to documentaries and film shorts - and the themes are as diverse as the filmmakers. Note: To help you better navigate the festival, The Stranger and The Weekly each publish informative film descriptions and reviews.

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Northwest Bookfest
ph: (206) 378.1883
One of the coolest things about Bookfest is that it's absolutely free! For that price, you get to meet dozens of authors, browse through several hundred book booths, and take a look at a special collection of handmade books.
305 Harrison Street | ph: (206) 281-7788
Although best known for its musical offerings, Bumbershoot has grown considerably to include a large literary component. Authors talk about their writings, spoken word events are held, and many different book discussions are offered. Meanwhile, look over the displays from publishers from around the West, who gather in one room to sell their wares.
Richard Hugo House
1634 11th Avenue | ph: (206) 320-8767
The Hugo House is the center of Seattle's literary world. An extensive resource for writers and readers, it has a writers' room, library, theatre, and café, all perfect for literary pursuits. A membership brings access to both the writers' room and the library; non-members can simply enjoy the numerous author readings, lectures on literature, and poetry readings.
Seattle Arts & Lectures
105 S. Main St. Ste. 201 | ph: (206) 621.2230
Founded in 1987, Seattle Arts & Lectures has kept Seattle at the forefront of the literary arts scene. The organization is best known for its annual seven-part lecture series that allows guests to hear renowned writers such as Edward Albee, Jeanette Winterson, and Salmon Rushdie. They also host an annual poetry series, a Writers in the Schools program, and Wednesday University - select humanities courses taught by UW professors and open to everyone from high school students to senior citizens.
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