July – August 2015

In this dark, gritty sci-fi thriller, a brilliant scientist achieves a radical breakthrough by cloning the first human being. This ignites a massive public outcry, and [...]
I Believe in Unicorns
       In ‘I Believe in Unicorns,’ a Princess Meets Her Punk Prince Charming -Jeanatte Catsoulis, THE NEW YORK TIMES The performances are strong, the imaginary [...]
In Stereo
David and Brenda are perfect for each other, and everyone knows it except David and Brenda. After they break up, due to mutual immaturity, they [...]
Music Video Sing A Long Show: BOYBANDS/GIRL GROUPS!
SF IndieFest’s monthly music video sing a long series  OOH OOH, BABY: BOY BANDS/GIRL GROUPS NIGHT! With edgy pop princesses and autotune dominating the modern pop [...]
Hosted by KALW’s Rose Aguilar of “Your Call” Q&A with Susan Griffin and Linda Burnham after screening! SHE’S BEAUTIFUL WHEN SHE’S ANGRY resurrects the buried [...]
Don't Be Afraid To Pogo
Filmmaker Chris Ashford and The Gears in person for Q&A after the film! Co-Presented by San Francisco Community Radio! This feature length documentary tells [...]
Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary
Friday July 10 to Thursday, 16 Zack Leary + filmmakers Gay Dillingham & Michael Donnelly IN PERSON Friday, July 10 after the 7:00 & 9:30 [...]
Writer/star Amy Everson IN PERSON, Friday! Amy is hanging on by a thread. Struggling to cope with past sexual trauma and the daily aggressions [...]
“A Wolf at the Door …winds up being a powerful, tragic, and rewarding thriller. “ -Adam Patterson, FilmPulse A WOLF AT THE DOOR is based [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival
2015 S.F. Frozen Film Festival (9th Annual) What do musicians, artists, surfers, animators, local documentary film makers, and Bay Area film lovers all have in [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST ANIMATION OF 2015, PROGRAM 1
This first of two Animation programs, featuring local and international hysterical and moving short animated films from every type of method. 70min. Bladderwort 4.5 min, Pensioner’s Chips 3 [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST DRAMATIC SHORTS OF 2015, PROGRAM #1
A Taiwanese romance, a sinking cruise ship, a Jewish-Catholic comedy in this- one of two international short programs. 64min. A Boy’s Prayer 29 min, Capsized, 13 min, Pour l’amour [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST SHORT DOCUMENTARIES 2015
Mexicans celebrate the 2014 historic pulse flow moving across the dry Colorado River Delta below the Morelos Dam in Mexico. The water release is part [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: PRETEND WE’RE KISSING
A naked Zoe Kravitz stars as a roommate who won’t leave the house in this Annie-Hall style romantic comedy from Canada. All Benny wants to do [...]
Punk legends NOFX travel all over South America as they try to make up for canceled tours by facing their fans face to face in [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST ANIMATION OF 2015 PROGRAM #2
The final film of the festival is the second collection of mind bending animation from international and local artists. 56min. Musicidio (spanish) 6 min, Gripeeaux (spanish) 10 min, Dirty Birdy Redux (spanish) 8 [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST COMEDIC SHORTS 2015
Argentina and France lead off this collection of hilarious short from all over the globe. Includes bad nannies, global warming, and TED Talks center this [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST DRAMATIC SHORTS 2015, PROGRAM #2
The second of the award winning international shorts includes Godard in Texas, Singapore fever dreams, and reverse time romance. 106min. Shotgun 12 min, Sam’s Box 14 min, Label 4min, [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILMS 2015
Art takes to the big screen in this award winning mind-blowing collection of video art and experimental film from Spain, Poland, Italy, SF’s Union Square, [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: BEST SURF AND SKATE MOVIES 2015
S.F. Surfboard shapers, french skateboarders, and a kayak trip through Fiji. 53min. Perspective 3.5 min, Pieces of Boredom 8 min, Urban Toilet 1.5 min, Happy Town 5 min, River of Eden 5 min, Shaping San [...]
S.F. Frozen Film Festival: LOCAL FILMMAKERS PROGRAM 2015
Female gangs, owl documentaries, and animation all join in this collection of 12 short films made by filmmakers from and in the S.F. Bay Area. [...]
Filmmaker Ellen Zweig and Z’EV in person for Q&A after the film! This special screening is co-presented by The Lab and Stranded in conjunction [...]
Nippon Nights #10: WOLF CHILDREN
Hana was a student before she was a mother. She was bright and pretty, and her future held endless possibilities. Then she met a man, [...]
A Solitary Mann
Peeled back and exposed, “A Solitary Mann” is a trip into the heart and soul of a modern master. Documentary by Loic Zimmermann. 40 [...]
A Gay Girl in Damascus: The Amina Profile
A GAY GIRL IN DAMASCUS: THE AMINA PROFILE explores the story of Amina Arraf, a Syrian- American revolutionary whose blog “A Gay Girl in Damascus” [...]
As a spirited Chicago schoolteacher Samantha Abbot (Cobie Smulders) adjust to an unexpected pregnancy and sudden marriage, she finds a new perspective on life through [...]
Winner Best First Feature, Berlin International Film Festival 2014 Winner Best Cinematography Tribeca Film Festival 2014 Nominated for 12 Ariel Awards (Mexico’s equivalent of the [...]
Manos Sucias
The light is menacing, the mood watchful and the action scenes have a crude, desperate energy that gets the job done. –Jeannette Catsoulis, NY Times [...]
People Places Things
Ceaselessly entertaining, witty, and sentimental, “People, Places, Things” speaks to many sensibilities at once. – Sterlin Johnson, Indiewire From the moment graphic novelist Will Henry [...]
Being Evel
In the history of sports, few names are more recognizable than that of Evel Knievel. Long after the man hung up his famous white [...]