SF DOCFEST: See Me Shorts Program
A triumphant look at brave souls standing against racism and proudly proclaiming, “I AM HERE, SEE ME”.
This program plays live at the Roxie Theater June 6th, 4:30 pm.
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As a youth growing up in Washington D.C., Eric Johnson found a place of belonging within the skateboarding community, but his identity as a black skateboarder put him into a circumstance that almost cost him his life.
TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION
69 year-old Oakland activist and filmmaker Lis Cox, documents four years of political and racial unrest during the Trump years- drawing the connections to political activism in the 1970’s, and her own family’s history growing up in Birmingham in the 1950’s.
In this colorful and moving animated documentary, a woman takes us through her emotional process after a racist encounter at the airport, offering an honest look at fear and connection in an era marked by uncertainty.
BLACKNESS IS EVERYTHING
Blackness is Everything is an experimental/performative short film that celebrates the diversity of the Black diaspora in The Bay Area.
Confluence is a meditation in documentary form filmed during last season’s PHASE series, channeling reflection on identity and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
FOR THE SAKE OF OLD TIMES
Should 2020 be forgotten?
Legacy is a short documentary that provides an intimate look into the life of an artist whose work has had a significant impact on society.
REIMAGINING THE CITY, AS OUR OWN
Through the creative examination of ‘hostile design’, this video imagines public space as attuned to the needs and uses of marginally housed and houseless SF residents.
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