Gallery: The Inaugural Fall Celebration

Gallery: The Inaugural Fall Celebration

On Thursday, November 14 at The Battery, we rolled out the red carpet to honor creativity, innovation, collaboration, and inspiration in cinema at the Film Society's inaugural Fall Celebration!  

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Filmmaker360's Michele Turnure-Salleo on Grant Winning Secrets

Filmmaker360's Michele Turnure-Salleo on Grant Winning Secrets

In a follow up blog inspired by last month’s Film Independent Forum panel Fund-That-Doc, panelist and Filmmaker360 Director Michele Turnure-Salleo offers priceless insight into what can make a grant application's work samples stand out against the odds.

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See More SFIFF: Big Sur, God Loves Uganda, and Let the Fire Burn

See More SFIFF: Big Sur, God Loves Uganda, and Let the Fire Burn

Now screening in Bay Area theaters: Michael Polish's film adaption of Jack Kerouac's Big Sur; investigative documentary on American Evangelism and homophobic practices God Loves Uganda; and penetrating archival documentary Let the Fire Burn .

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From the Archives: Opening Reception for Pamela Gentile's SFIFF Photo Exhibit

From the Archives: Opening Reception for Pamela Gentile's SFIFF Photo Exhibit

Come celebrate the amazing photographer behind documenting most of our festival history at the opening reception for Pamela Gentile's Photos from the Archives: San Francisco International Film Festival, Thursday October 17, 6:30–8:30 pm at Sundance Kabuki Cinemas!

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School Scene: Animator Jonathan Ng

School Scene: Animator Jonathan Ng

By Keith Zwolfer, SFFS Youth Education Manager

One of our many Youth Education programs brings visiting filmmakers into the classrooms - it is our crusade to inspire the next generation of mediamakers as well as cultivate lasting cinema appreciation. Last Thursday we had a classroom visit with Montreal animator Jonathan Ng and his short film Requiem for Romance.

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