Calendar

January – April 2015

Loitering with Intent
Ensemble comedy benefits hugely from the presence of Marisa Tomei and Sam Rockwell. by John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter After a chance run-in with a film producer [...]
Docunight #11 Infidels / Pilgrimage
Infidels Directed by: Bahman Kiarostami, Produced by: Butimar Production, 2004 / 40 mins A documentary about the Godars, Artist-Gypsies Living in Iran. The Godars are nomadic [...]
SF Sketchfest 2015: Salute to Preston Sturges: "The Miracle of Morgan's Creek" with guests Christopher Guest, Michael McKean & Harry Shearer
SF Sketchfest was founded in 2001 by David Owen, Cole Stratton and Janet Varney as a way to showcase the talents of six Bay Area [...]
SF Sketchfest 2015: "Groundhog Day" on Groundhog Day: Film Screening and special Tobolowsky Files with Stephen Tobolowsky
SF Sketchfest was founded in 2001 by David Owen, Cole Stratton and Janet Varney as a way to showcase the talents of six Bay Area [...]
SF Indie Fest: THE APOSTLE (O APOSTOLO)
“This creepily atmospheric animated film boasts haunting, gorgeously hand-crafted imagery.” –Hollywood Reporter A convict escapes from jail and travels to a remote village to recover [...]
SF Indie Fest: FREE
Local Filmmakers! This stirring, up-close documentary follows a group of Oakland teens who find personal liberation and mutual support through dance.  These dynamic young people [...]
SF Indie Fest: ALL CONTAINED IN VOID
World Premiere!! Local Filmmaker  This intriguing and thought provoking experimental documentary crawls over, under and inside the leftover ‘dead zones’ of the California road and freeway [...]
SF Indie Fest: BEYOND CLUELESS
West Coast Premiere!! Following 1995’s Clueless, Hollywood made hundreds of movies exploring the teenage psyche. Most were set in the drama-rich landscape of high school, [...]
Spike Lee's Da Sweet Blood of Jesus
A Spike Lee Joint, DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS is a new kind of love story, one that centers on an addiction to blood that [...]
2015 Noise Pop Film Series: BEAUTIFUL NOISE
SAN FRANCISCO PREMIERE! There was no machismo, no rockstar posturing, and definitely no gyrating. Save for the occasional tiff they had with pretentious NME journalists, [...]
Nippon Nights #7: Branded to Kill by Seijun Suzuki
“Reputedly one of Seijun Suzuki’s finest works and unquestionably very stylish in its ‘Scope framings (Jim Jarmusch copied a few shots from it in his [...]
Nippon Nights #8: GHOST IN THE SHELL
Ghost in the Shell stands as one of the pioneering films of anime history, one that captures the imagination with its intricate story and dazzles [...]