SIFF Cinema Hosts Our 500th Screening in Benefit for Washington United for Marriage
We've come full circle!
After 499 screenings in schools, churches, community centers and indie theatres from Oklahoma to Maine, and California to Alaska, our 500th screening, is happening right where it all began - with SIFF - or SIFF Cinema, that is.
On Thursday, March 29th join director Drew Emery and several of the film's outlaws as we celebrate this milestone at the Uptown Theatre with a benefit screening for our new partner in equality, Washington United for Marriage.
Tickets are just $10 and all proceeds go to support Washington United for Marriage. Advance tickets are available online (no service charge) or at the box office at the Uptown beginning one hour prior to the show.
Washington United for Marriage is the statewide coalition that successfully shepherded Washington state's landmark equal marriage law that Governor Gregoire signed into law on February 13th of this year. Opponents of the bill have drafted a referendum challenge that will almost certainly leave the fate of marriage equality in the hands of Washington's voters this November. To build the necessary support to affirm the legislation, our common goal is to engage as many hearts and minds as we can across the state.
|What:||SIFF Cinema presents our 500th Community Screening|
a Benefit for Washington United for Marriage
|When:||Thursday, March 29th, 2012|
|Where:||SIFF Cinema at the Uptown|
511 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, 98109
|How:||Advance tickets are $10 and available online (no service charge)|
or at the door starting at 6 pm day of show
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