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Cozy Up at The Grand with these Thanksgiving Films Wiz-Green Book 2018-11-14

It is no secret that Thanksgiving is the kickoff to a season of fabulous movies. Is there truly anything better than experiencing a fantastic film and getting the chance to chat about it with a bunch of your loved ones afterwards? I didn’t think so. 

I WANT MORE, I WANT LESS: An interview with director Bryce Richardson I want More I want Less cast and crew TFF Oct 2018

Writer/Director Bryce Richardson’s debut feature, I Want More, I Want Less world-premiered at the 13th annual Tacoma Film Festival in October 2018. Learn more about the film and Richardson's process in this interview.

Tacoma Film Festival 2018 Wrap-Up and Award Winners peterberkley_tff18_fam-shorts_MVI_0053.MP4.Still001b


That’s a wrap for the 13th Annual Tacoma Film Festival, and dare we say, may be our best yet! 
We had record attendance this year for 25 feature films, 150 short films, and 10 virtual reality presented October 4–11, 2018. 

We’d like to send an enormous congratulations to all of our 2018 Juried Award Winners, as well as our Audience Choice Winners. 

Meet the Film 253 Grant Award Winners Film 253 Grant Recipients 2018

We're thrilled to announce the sixteen winners of the first ever Film 253 grants. Meet them and learn about the decision process here.

Faith's Guide to the Tacoma Film Festival faiths blog

It was nearly impossible for me to pick just a few highlights from this year's festival line-up. There are worse problems to have...

Tacoma Film Festival Opening & Closing Night films announced! TF7_0090-edited-WEB

SXSW breakout sci fi film PROSPECT will open and BOOM, the new documentary about legendary band The Sonics, will close the 13th annual Tacoma Film Festival

Two new films with strong Northwest roots will bookend the South Sound’s premiere film festival

The Season for Movie Lovers spring_2018

Springtime is truly the season of the cinephile. 

Awards season has come and gone, studio blockbusters still have a month or two before they come into full swing, and instead, some truly strange and beautiful film masterpieces are released. These films tend to be unapologetic, idiosyncratic, surprising; they hold their own.

Welcome David Dinnell, new director of the Tacoma Film Festival David Dinnell w Hitoshi Toyoda at UnionDocs March 2014

The Grand Cinema is thrilled to announce that esteemed film curator David Dinnell is the new Festival Director and Programmer of the Tacoma Film Festival. 

Bringing extensive curating, programming, and teaching experience, and a host of industry and academic connections to Tacoma, Dinnell will build on TFF’s strong regional and international reputation and help to further elevate the prominence of the festival. 

The 2017 Movie Poll Movie Poll

We want to hear from you! What were your favorite 2017 films?

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