The article “Seattle International Film Festival: Clear your calendar” mentions a screening of “The Great Buck Howard”:
Many of the festival’s trademark events will return: the Secret Festival (hush-hush Sunday screenings of movies whose titles can’t be announced); a midnight-movie series; the all-ages Films4Families matinees; and themed programs such as Planet Cinema (environmental subject matter), Face the Music (music documentaries) and Alternate Cinema (experimental works). The festival’s usual Saturday-night gala screenings, however, have been replaced with one midfest Centerpiece Gala (Sean McGinly’s comedy “The Great Buck Howard”) and a Gay-La featuring C. Jay Cox’s “Kiss the Bride.”
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