Thursday, April 28, 2011

David Mackenzie's "Perfect Sense" to Screen at Seattle Film Festival

Another bit of cool news now, as Variety is reporting that David Mackenzie's "Perfect Sense" will be screening next month at the Seattle Film Festival. This is all part of a series of films due to be screened as part of a tribute to Perfect Sense star EWAN MCGREGOR who will be honored at the film. While no ticket or exact time is yet available, these seems to be taking place on May 22; updates to follow as possible. Congratulations to Ewan!

Here is the press release via the official SFF website:

In recognition of his illustrious career, Ewan McGregor will receive this years’ Golden Space Needle Award for Outstanding Achievement in Acting at a special tribute event featuring a screening of his new film, Beginners (USA), on Sunday, May 22 at the Egyptian Theatre. A special tribute dinner for Mr. McGregor and 75 guests will take place immediately following the screening and interview at Prava Studios and will be prepared by James Beard Award-winning chef, Thierry Rautureau of Rover’s and Luc Restaurants in Seattle. Tickets for the dinner are $250, which includes reserved seating to the tribute event, and are available for purchase at

Special retrospective screenings of Moulin Rouge! and Peter Greenaway’s The Pillow Book, and the Seattle premiere of another of Mr. McGregor’s new films, David Mackenzie’s Perfect Sense, will also be featured at the Festival.

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