Vibrators and confessional poetry collide in this darkly funny comedy about an aspiring writer turned sex toy shop clerk and her crusty literary idol (the always wonderful John Cusack). Featuring a frisky Cloris Leachman as the owner of the shop. Cusack's sardonic, understated portrayal of a 90's has-been writer grounds the movie in a wistfully cynical realism. 97 min.
|Sat, 3/8 - Thu, 3/13||4:10, 7:00|
Films from all over the world curated by the Northwest Film Forum for young film-lovers, featuring the very best entries from the Children's Film Festival Seattle, whittled down from 130 films from 32 countries. We are so pleased to bring this wonderful event to the kids of Port Townsend for a second year in a row!
|Sat, 3/8 - Sun, 3/9||12:45|
Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago follows various pilgrims, from ages 3 to 73, as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot -- with only a backpack, a pair of boots and an open mind. A 500 mile journey to yourself. 84 min.
|Sat, 3/8 - Thu, 3/13||4:30, 7:20|
One of John Cassavetes' masterpieces, a delightfully wacky love story featuring his longtime muse Gena Rowlands and Seymour Cassell. We're honored to have cinematographer Mike Ferris and editor and music supervisor Bo Harwood in attendance to offer their stories of working with one of film's greatest auteurs. Rated PG, 114 min. "A masterpiece of wackiness."
Chiwetel Ejiofor leads a fine cast -- which includes Michael Fassbender and Brad Pitt -- with a superior performance as a free black man from New York who was kidnapped in 1841 and sold into Southern slavery, where he remained until being rescued. 134 min.
|Sat, 3/8 - Tue, 3/11||4:00, 7:15|