Puget Sound is proud to host the 14th Annual Sister Cities International Film Festival, which showcases films from several of Tacoma's 12 Sister Cities.
Films will be shown every Monday, Feb. 1–April 25, in Rasmussen Rotunda, Wheelock Student Center, and will feature a cultural program preceding the film. Doors open at 6 p.m.; film begins at 7 p.m. All screenings are free and open to the public, but seating is limited.
Parking is available in the Wheelock Student Center parking lot, located at N. 14th Street and Alder, as well as in parking areas along N. Lawrence Street and N. 13th Street between Alder and N. Lawrence.
Film: The Wind Rises
Sister City: Kitakyushu, Japan
Sister City: Aalesund, Norway
Film: Romantics Anonymous
Sister City: Biot, France
Film: The Piano in a Factory
Sister City: Fuzhou, China
Sister City: Cienfuegos, Cuba
Sister City: George, South Africa
Film: The Admiral: Roaring Currents
Sister City: Gunsan, Korea
Film: Friends of Yesterday
Sister City: El Jadida, Morocco
Film: Farewell Baghdad
Sister City: Kiryat-Motzkin, Israel
Film: Touch of the Light
Sister City: Taichung, Taiwan
Film: Lengenda No. 17
Sister City: Vladivostok, Russia
Film: Loving Glances
Sister City: Hvar, Croatia
Sister City: Davao City, Philippines
For more information about the films and the Sister Cities International Film Festival, visit the festival website at sistercityfilmfest.org.