Expectations are both high and low for tonight’s release of “Cesar Chavez.” Some are thrilled to see the story finally told on the screen. But others are worried that the film is just the latest example of Hollywood pandering to a fast-growing population of Latino moviegoers.
One perk of living 2,000 years in the diaspora: great material for an international film festival!
Want to climb K2? Start in Seattle.
Chinese blockbuster "Beijing Meets Seattle" has a young generation in China swooning over our city.
Join the Seattle Globalist Thursday for a screening of The Square, and Q & A with director Jehane Noujaim. Three years ago, on January 24th 2011,...