Starbucks + SIFF Proudly Present


Starbucks is honored to partner with the 44th annual Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF), the largest and most highly attended film festival in the United States with over 400 films from 90 countries. We love the work SIFF is doing to bring people together through art and storytelling, starting in our hometown and radiating out through the world.

The 25-day-long festival is happening May 17 through June 10. To share the experience, SIFF has made seven original short films available exclusively for Starbucks customers.

We’re excited to bring these films to you, viewable here for free. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy.

FRANKENFISH

Lummi Island fishermen scramble to contain a spill of farmed Atlantic salmon in north Puget Sound before they tarnish local waters.

I THINK MY DAD’S A SUPERHERO

When nine-year-old Kevin begins to suspect that his dad is the town superhero, he sets out to secretly capture him on video to prove his theory.

FILL AND MOO

A mushroom-like sprite dwells on the forest floor until he is pulled magically through the fourth wall and into the colorful world of cinema.

POST NO BILLS

The characters featured in a wall of posters come to life and work together to avoid being painted over by the city’s clean-up crew.

SHOOT FOR THE MOON

A girl discovers what can happen when you reach for the stars while she attends a summer science camp.

HOW TO LOVE AND BE LOVED

A digital romance between two projected lovers.

MEHNDI

At an Indian bridal shower, two young girls pass a secret designed to alter their lives forever.

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