PIE explorers learn what's replaced the ramshackle church in an old photo taken where Seattle's Denny Regrade meets South Lake Union and Capitol Hill. [More about this church.]
Here's a piece of advice—never get into a jazz danceoff with a Chinese dragon. Produced by Good Co. and filmed at the Columbia City Theatre in Seattle.
SIFF 2013 kicks off with Much Ado About Nothing by sci-fi/action director Joss Whedon. The PIE crew talks to Joss and actors Alexis Denisof and Amy Acker, local filmmaker Lynn Shelton, and more!
A technological journey through the mind, by director James Reeves.
Curator Katie Bunn-Marcuse brings us examples of the Burke’s collection of colorful handcrafted Native American dancing masks, plus rare and beautiful baskets, and other ethnological artifacts.
Burke curator Laura Phillips shows us archaeological treasures unearthed in downtown Seattle.
What’s it like when Antiques Roadshow comes to town? Come along behind the scenes with a local man who brought his collectibles for appraisal when the Roadshow visited Seattle.
The world’s most famous glass artist draws inspiration from his eclectic art collections.
Twisted Flicks – Jet City Improv actors bring their overdub magic to the PIE studios and give us a new take on some of our favorite shows. (Downton Abbey 3.1, anyone?)
Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton catches up with Enrique Cerna before her new film, Touchy Feely, premieres in her hometown. Lynn talks about the glass ceiling that still exists for women in Hollywood.