Doc Alliance Films launched a new project The Greats of World Documentary Film with a retrospective of 17 documentary films by Agnès Varda. Varda is no stranger to SFFS, having five films in SFIFF throughout the years. These shorts are FREE to stream until February 17! We agree with our source tipper, Director of Finance Keith Cowling, this is "pretty cool."
Three new titles added today to our growing list of SFIFF-related films available to stream on Netflix! Watch Oscar-nominated documentary How to Survive a Plague, Sundance award-winning documentary The Queen of Versailles, and SFIFF55 favorite 17 Girls. See our full list on our WATCH page.
Five years of sparkling youth, karoke raps, and remarkable flashpants wisdom - damn how we will miss our Jaybird (aka Jay Wertzler)! Flying away from the SFFS nest, but first making a detour to pick up Pootie Tang at the airport for next week's SF Sketchfest. We appreciate all of you and know that your mark on us is for life. Big up and warm those vocals for the next SFIFF talent show - sa da tay!
Let's play 6 Degrees of the Festival: This new trailer for The Canyons (directed by Paul Schrader) stars James Deen, who is also known for his work at San Francisco-based adult studio Kink.com, which was a pivotal setting for the SFIFF55 film About Cherry. I think that's 4?