Friday May 17
Tonight: Smoke Signals at the Snoqualmie Casino
Tonight the Seattle International Film Festival invites you to get out of town, with a free, 15th-anniversary screening of Smoke Signals - the first feature film written, directed, and co-produced by Native Americans, with a script by Stranger columnist/Stranger Genius Award winner Sherman Alexie - tonight at Snoqualmie Casino.
Snoqualmie Valley Record
Smoke Signals' 15th anniversary: SIFF at Snoqualmie Casino this Friday
On Friday, May 17, the casino is the site of a complementary showcase celebrating Native American cinema.
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