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COVID-19 might’ve kicked the annual Seattle International Film Festival to the curb last year, but this time around the sun the festival is back and more accessible than ever. You can screen each of the films in SIFF’s line-up at home this year, and—!!!—you can screen them at your own pace. Nearly all of the films are available to watch at any time throughout the festival’s run from April 8 to 18.

This year’s fest brings over 90 films and 100 short films, and we’re here to help you break down which ones are worth your time. (That said, there are many great options that we didn’t

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