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Issaquah International Film Festival sells out

Roar Uthaug
Roar Uthaug's 2015 Norwegian disaster thriller 'The Wave' will screen at the Issaquah International Film Festival March 5. The festival is sold out as of Thursday.
— image credit: Courtesy of Seattle International Film Festival

Bad news for slow-moving film buffs: Tickets for the Issaquah International Film Festival have all been snatched up.

The Seattle International Film Festival's Twitter account, @siffnews, announced Thursday afternoon that all the free tickets for the Issaquah Film Festival had been "sold" out.

This is the third year SIFF has partnered with the city to put on the festival, and the second year the festival has been offered for free.

The festival takes place March 5-6 at Cinebarre in Pickering Place. The festival will show five feature films, as well as award winning and audience-selected shorts from SIFF 2015.

The features include "Good Ol' Boy," "Only Yesterday," "The Wave," "Office" and "Even Though the Whole World is Burning."

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