Board of Directors Chairman George Gund and Margot deWildt at the 28th San Francisco International Film Festival, 1985. Photo by Bruce Forrester.
George Gund III and George Gund IV, 1986. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
George Gund III and George Gund IV, 2008. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
George Gund III and Jeanette Etheredge, 1986.
George Gund III and Jeanette Etheredge, 2009. Photo by Tommy Lau.
GGIII with SFFS staff and Toshiro Mifune at the 33rd SF International Film Festival in 1990. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr. and George Gund III at the 44th San Francisco International Film Festival, 2001. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
George Gund III and fellow SFFS board member Maurice Kanbar at the 47th San Francisco International Film Festival, 2004. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
George Gund III arrives at the Castro Theatre for the Opening Night of the 49th San Francisco International Film Festival, April 20th, 2006. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
Terence Stamp, recipient of the Peter J. Owens Award, Oliver Stone, recipient of the Founder's Directing Award, George Gund III, Chairman of the Board of the San Francisco Film Society and Frank Pierson, recipient of the Kanbar Award at Film Society Awards Night at the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival, April 28, 2011. Photo by Pamela Gentile.
#WarrenBeatty at the 45th SF International Film Festival. Excited to host this legend at the #CastroTheatre on Monday.
8:30 tonight! We close out #DocStories with #WernerHerzog. Already have Sunday plans? Reroute them to the Castro. Tickets at sffs.org.
Love this portrait of Barry Jenkins from our 2008 Festival. His new (amazing) film #Moonlight is in theaters this weekend. Watch it for your own good! Photo by Pat Mazzera.
Our conversation with Ezra Edelman at #DocStories explores the director's masterwork, O.J.: Made in America, and examines race, celebrity, media, and the justice system in the US.
Don't miss this intimate and important discussion, November 4 at the Vogue.
The final weekend of Modern Cinema features spooky, scary good films from #Criterion, #Janus, and Apichatpong Weerasethekul. Ends Sunday at #SFMOMA.
Happy birthday, #CarrieFisher! Thrilled to have your new film #BrightLights open Doc Stories November 3.
Modern Cinema week two starts Thursday @sfmoma! Experience the stunning films of Apichatpong Weerasethakul with the director in person.
Modern Cinema starts TONIGHT @sfmoma! Classics from @criterioncollection & @janus_films along with stunning films by Apichatpong Weerasethekul. Movies roll for the next three weekends. Tickets are selling fast!
With new films by Werner Herzog & Ava DuVernay, #DocStories features the best nonfiction work of the year. Lineup just announced at sffs.org.
#ChristopherGuest is here! If you're not at the Castro, hop to our Facebook at 7:30 to see a live green room Q&A with the man himself! We'll be taking your questions.