First show: November 08
Friday November 8 is SOLD OUT.
“Timely, undeniably compassionate” -LA Times
Director Richard Levien in person for Q&A on Friday, November 8, & Saturday, November 9!
Twelve-year-old Itan’s promising life in San Francisco is turned upside down when she comes home from school, with her younger brother, to find her apartment ransacked and her mother taken away by immigration police. Suddenly she must rely on her estranged uncle, a big rig truck driver. Itan manipulates him into taking them across the country in his truck, trying to find her mother and stop her deportation.
Mill Valley Film Festival: Audience Award, Gold, US Indie Cinema; SF IndieFest: Audience Award, Best Narrative Feature; Brooklyn Film Festival: Spirit Award, Feature Narrative; Brooklyn Film Festival: Best Actor Male (Jesse Garcia); Sonoma International Film Festival: Jury Prize for Best US Indie; Sonoma International Film Festival: Best Bay Area Filmmaker; Cine Las Americas (Austin): Audience Award, Best Narrative Feature; Chicago Latino Film Festival: Audience Choice Award (Feature/Third Place)
Directed by Richard Levien. Produced by Frazer Bradshaw. Cinematography by Frazer Bradshaw. With Ana de la Reguera, Jesse Garcia, Izabella Alvarez and Jason Garcia. 2017. 82 mins. In English and Spanish with English subtitles.
NOTE FILMS START RIGHT AT THE LISTED SHOWTIME. Roxie Theater trailers play during the 30 minutes prior to showtime.
FREE OR DISCOUNTED FOR MEMBERS
COLLISIONS: Upcoming Showtimes