Celebrate Light, Love & Revolution in film with the 16th Annual Berlin & Beyond Film Festival which starts this Thursday, Oct. 20 through Oct. 26 at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco.
Take part in this illuminating and spirited adventure with captivating feature and documentary films from seasoned masters and up-and-coming innovators — along with short films from bright new talents.
Want a taste of NYC in San Francisco?
From Oct. 28 through 30, enjoy a taste of the Tribeca Film Festival at The Presidio Theatre in San Francisco. They will be screening six amazing indie films and throw an exclusive after party on opening night. Plus, don’t miss the post-screening Q&A sessions with the filmmakers including director Vincent D’Onofrio (Don’t Go In The Woods) and actor Dennis Farina (The Last Rites of Joe May). All sessions will include at least one filmmaker.
Tickets are on sale now. Ticket prices are as follows:
- Opening-night screening and after-party with cocktails: $12
- Weekend shows: $8 per screening.
Ticket proceeds will benefit the Tribeca Film Institute.
Can’t wait! I’ve got my tickets to opening night!
If you love watching documentary films, you won’t want to miss DocFest, the 10th Annual San Francisco Documentary Festival (the third part of SF Indiefest).
When: Friday, Oct. 14 – Sunday, Nov. 27
Where: Roxie Theater (3117 16th St., San Francisco)
The 10th San Francisco Documentary Festival kicks off with Dirty Pictures, a film about the Bay Area chemist who discovered the effects of MDMA and other psychedelics, and ends with The Stan Lee Story, about the most recognized name in comics.
Cine+Mas SF presents the San Francisco Latino Film Festival, from Sept. 16 through 25, showcasing the work of emerging and established filmmakers. It is a celebration of the latest work from 11 countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Germany, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, USA); including local filmmakers and several feature films made by women.
SF Shorts is the San Francisco International Festival of Short Films. The festival takes place this week, Sept. 8 through 10 at the Roxie Theatre (3117 16th Street, between Guerrero and Valencia). SF Shorts is about grabbing someone by the eyeballs and making them think, feel and react. It’s about what people see every day but now stare at in wonder.
For tickets, schedule and more information, visit www.sfshorts.com.