Starbucks shares 7 films from annual Seattle festival
Starbucks is honored to partner with the 45th annual Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), the largest and most highly attended film festival in the United States with over 400 films from 90 countries. We love the work SIFF is doing to bring people together through art and storytelling, starting in our hometown and radiating out through the world.
We’re excited to bring these films to you, viewable here for free. So, grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy.
The 25-day-long festival is happening May 16 through June 9 in theaters all around Seattle. To share the experience, SIFF has made seven original short films available exclusively for Starbucks customers.
Directed by Matt Brown
As an elderly Native American woman looks back on her life, the line between reality and fantasy are blurred.
The Puppet Master
Directed by Cal Brunker
When a jogger comes across a mysterious ringing cellphone in the woods, he finds himself an unwilling pawn in the plan of an evil mastermind.
Directed by Hend Esmat and Lamiaa Diab
What if the children were in charge?
Directed by Duane Shrode
12-year-old Mikey Bishop is a dominant jr. high school wrestler who was born blind.
Directed by Florent Hill
A grandson tries to fix an annoying eating habit that his grandmother has at the table.
Directed by Tess Martin
Spinning drawings guide us along the flow of energy through our planet, and let us ponder our place in the natural cycle.
Life in Miniature
Directed by Ellen Evans
A celebration of one woman's mission to document the everyday, as she carves a place for herself in the precious world of miniatures.