POSTED ON Feb 18, 2009 BY Three Dollar Bill Cinema
Whether you dream of shopping in Europe, hiking through South America, or sipping a drink by the pool, the 2009 HX Gay and Lesbian Travel Expo is your first stop.
Thursday, Feb. 26, 2009
4pm to 8pm
The Seattle Grand Hyatt
721 Pine Street
Use the flyer below for your free entry and HX Media will donate $1 to Three Dollar Bill Cinema
Download this flyer for free admission
POSTED ON Feb 8, 2009 BY Three Dollar Bill Cinema
WERE THE WORLD MINE, the crowd-pleasing, musical film that kicked off the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival has been extended. It is now playing at Landmark’s Metro Cinema. Bring your friends to see this magical, musical dream come true on the big screen. If you could turn someone gay…what would you do?
Showtimes and more info
POSTED ON Jan 29, 2009 BY Three Dollar Bill Cinema
WERE THE WORLD MINE, the crowd-pleasing, musical film that kicked off the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival returns to town for a limited engagement at Landmark’s Varsity Theatre. Bring your friends to see this magical, musical dream come true on the big screen. If you could turn someone gay…what would you do?
Plays Jan 30 – Feb 5
Fri – Sun 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15
Mon – Thurs 7:15, 9:15
POSTED ON Jan 20, 2009 BY Three Dollar Bill Cinema
The newest Cinerama 70MM film series, featuring movies shot in the super high resolution format, will begin with the Hitchcock classic, Vertigo. Rated as one of the top ten films of all time by the American Film Institute, the 1958 thriller, starring Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak, keeps you at the edge of your seat until the very end. The complex story follows a San Francisco detective (Stewart) suffering from acrophobia, who investigates the strange activities of an old friend’s wife (Novak), all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her.
Vertigo screenings at Cinerama:
Thursday 1/22, 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 1/25, noon
Tuesday 1/27, 8:00 p.m.
Thursday 1/29, 8:00 p.m.
Get your tickets online at www.movietickets.com, by phone 206-441-3080, or at the Cinerama box office.
POSTED ON Nov 29, 2008 BY Three Dollar Bill Cinema
Thank you for making the 13th Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival our biggest and boldest success ever…86 PROGRAMS at 8 VENUES around the city!
Three Dollar Bill Cinema is the only nonprofit LGBT film arts organization of its kind in the Pacific Northwest and we need your support. The end of the year is the perfect time to make a tax-deductible donation in support of LGBT cinema.
From film series that focus on images of our community from the past to free outdoor movies and The Seattle Transgender Film Festival, Three Dollar Bill Cinema brings you LGBT film programming all year long. But we can’t do it without your support. Make your tax-deductible donation today and kick off the new year knowing you helped ensure the future of a respected, growing LGBT arts organization in “your“ community.
Make your donation in honor of a friend or family member as a great holiday gift or give the gift of Three Dollar Bill Cinema Membership
POSTED ON Nov 19, 2008 BY Three Dollar Bill Cinema
for my wife…
Winner of three awards at The 13th Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival returns for a screening on Vashon.
Sunday, November 23, 2pm
17723 Vashon Highway SW
Vashon, WA, 98070
Tickets are $6 and only available at the door.
Following the screening will be a Q & A with Charlene Strong and the filmmakers.
POSTED ON Nov 6, 2008 BY Three Dollar Bill Cinema
Three Dollar Bill Cinema is pleased to co-present this two-day retrospective of a local legend.
Come celebrate the life of Seattle born Actress Frances Farmer in a two day event presented by West Seattle’s Historic Admiral Theater.
November 7, 2008 has been proclaimed FRANCES FARMER DAY in Seattle.
Theater goers are urged to “dress to impress” – 30’s-style for our elegant first night, which celebrates the 72nd Anniversary showing of the award winning classic “Come and Get It”. The evening will also include a silent auction showcasing photos from various private collections; a presentation of “The Bad Girl of West Seattle” by local historian Peder Nelson followed by special guest, David Johnson, CEO of Navos a West Seattle Mental Health Solutions Center, beneficiaries of the evening.
Saturday. November 8, features a matinee showing of “Rhythm on the Range” (co-starring Bing Crosby) and will culminate that evening with Jessica Lange’s academy-award nominated performance in the critically acclaimed movie, Frances.
Join us for an after party at Shadowland in the West Seattle Junction. November marks the one-year anniversary for the popular restaurant which coincidentally was named after the famous star.
Tickets and more information
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