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 .Read More
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!Read More
Photos by Pamela Gentile, courtesy of the San Francisco Film Society
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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."