Calendar

July – September 2014

INLAND EMPIRE
“A Woman in Trouble”, reads the poster for David Lynch’s 2006 magnum opus (and possibly his final movie?), INLAND EMPIRE. It’s about a struggling actress, [...]
POP/ROX: THIS IS NOISE POP
In honor of the third and final installment of our survey of fly-on-the-wall underground music documentaries THIS MUST BE THE PLACE (starting July 25), we’d [...]
LIFE ITSELF
“Richly satisfying. Engrossing, unflinching, moving and comprehensive. An astute and sensitive account of a fully realized man and a life overflowing with abundance and achievement. [...]
MARKETA LAZAROVÁ
Co-presented by San Francisco Cinematheque NEW 35MM PRINT COURTESY OF JANUS FILMS! In its native land, František  Vláčil’s MARKETA LAZAROVÁ has been hailed as the [...]
ROXIE KIDS: Lupin the 3rd "The CASTLE of CAGLIOSTRO"
Free Admission for Kids under 12 / Adults $7.50 only The 2nd program of the special series “ROXIE KIDS” is Hayao Miyazaki’s directorial debut film. [...]
CODE BLACK
In his vivid and thought-provoking filmmaking debut, physician Ryan McGarry gives us unprecedented access to America’s busiest Emergency Department. Amidst real life-and-death situations, McGarry follows [...]
DOCUNIGHT #6: My Name Is Negahdar Jamali And I Make Westerns
2012 – 65 mins Directed by Kamran Heidari “My name is John Ford and I make Westerns” this is how John Ford introduced himself [...]
BAY AREA DOCS: TELOS
Kyung Lee | USA | 2014 | 55 min FILMMAKER IN PERSON! TELOS: The Fantastic World of Eugene Tssui chronicles the unorthodox life of Emeryville-based [...]
HAPPY CHRISTMAS
SAN FRANCISCO PREMIERE!  SKYPE Q&A WITH FILMMAKER JOE SWANBERG FOLLOWING 7pm SHOW on 8/1! Jenny just broke up with her boyfriend, so she thinks it [...]
BRAVE NEW WORLD SERIES: CYBER-SENIORS
Post Screening Q&A hosted by Community Technology Network and SF Connected “…Charming, Poignant, Hilarious…” – Maria Shriver, NBC NEWS “Touching!” – Village Voice “A Must-See [...]
Synesthesia Film Festival: Screening #5
Welcome to the Synesthesia Film Festival! This is a once a night monthly film festival that screens independent short films, student films, web series, documentaries, [...]
HELI
SAN FRANCISCO PREMIERE! SKYPE Q&A w/ FILMMAKER AMAT ESCALANTE on FRIDAY, AUGUST 8 Post-screening panel discussion on drug trafficking and violence in Mexico on Saturday, [...]
BAY AREA DOCS: BROWN BREAD
Brown Bread: The Story of an Adoptive Family FILMMAKER SARAH GROSS IN PERSON! In the hills of Northern California, an unusual family gathers for their [...]
FRAMELINE ENCORE: VALENTINE ROAD
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4/147:00pmBig Roxie
FRAMELINE ENCORE: VALENTINE ROAD
This extraordinary doc and Audience Award-winner about the 2008 murder of 15-year-old Larry King will both break your heart and fire you up into action. [...]
KINK
A surprise hit at Sundance, KINK tells the true story of sex, submission, and big business as seen through the eyes of the unlikely pornographers [...]
MI CASA NO ES SU CASA
MI CASA NO ES SU CASA tells the story of a rapidly evolving neighborhood: San Francisco’s Mission District. Stripping down the word “gentrification” to its [...]
NIPPON NIGHTS 〜 Neon Tokyo: Anime World #2 - AKIRA
NIPPON NIGHTS is monthly series of Japanese cinema bridging different genres, styles and generations. Neon Tokyo : Anime World #2 – AKIRA Thursday, August 21st [...]
SF HERITAGE: REEL SAN FRANCISCO STORIES
Reel San Francisco Stories: On-Location Movies and the Preservation Movement Through a broad spectrum of film genres, author Christopher Pollock will examine the unexpected role [...]
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   “Beautifully made… a meditation on the transformative possibilities of a relationship.” – Stephen Holden, New [...]
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   “Beautifully made… a meditation on the transformative possibilities of a relationship.” – Stephen Holden, New [...]
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   “Beautifully made… a meditation on the transformative possibilities of a relationship.” – Stephen Holden, New [...]
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   “Beautifully made… a meditation on the transformative possibilities of a relationship.” – Stephen Holden, New [...]
THIS MUST BE THE PLACE: END OF THE UNDERGROUND 1991 - 2012
1991 famously was “the year punk broke”, but not even the most Sub Pop single-collectin’, Forced Exposure-readin’ wide-eyed optimist could have predicted just how WIDE [...]
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   “Beautifully made… a meditation on the transformative possibilities of a relationship.” – Stephen Holden, New [...]
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   “Beautifully made… a meditation on the transformative possibilities of a relationship.” – Stephen Holden, New [...]
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)
ME AND YOU (Io e Te)Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci   “Beautifully made… a meditation on the transformative possibilities of a relationship.” – Stephen Holden, New [...]
BRASSLANDS
Crossroads Film Festival – 2014, WINNER Best Feature Documentary International Film Festival Rotterdam – 2014, Official Selection “BRASSLANDS is a fascinating look at this infectious [...]
Synesthesia Film Festival: Screening #6
Welcome to the Synesthesia Film Festival! This is a once a night monthly film festival that screens independent short films, student films, web series, documentaries, [...]
BAY AREA DOCS: BIG JOY - THE ADVENTURES OF JAMES BROUGHTON
A chronicle of the iconoclastic life of gay poet, filmmaker, and spiritual visionary James Broughton, one of the defining voices of the sexual revolution, whose [...]
NO NO: A DOCKUMENTARY
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5/57:00pmLittle Roxie
NO NO: A DOCKUMENTARY
In the hyper-charged powder keg of the late 1960s, Los Angeles native and Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis was ready to light the match. [...]