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.
We're missing the #sffilmfestival already 😩 #throwbackthursday
🎬 Viktor Jakovleski, Director of Brimstone and Glory, Winner of the McBaine Documentary Feature Award⠀
“Spectacular and visceral, dangerous and spiritual, this high flying documentary transports us into the ecstatic rituals of a Mexican town.” -Jury
The understanding between man and animal has rarely been so intimately conveyed as it is in Chico Pereira’s #DONKEYOTE, now streaming in the Screening Room. Watch the stunningly photographed film that hovers between documentary and fiction, one inspired and performed by a real-life character with outsized dreams. SFFILM.org/watch
🎬Travis Mathews Director of Discreet at the #sffilmfestival
Miss the #SFFILMFestival already? Watch PARK, THE STUDENT, BY THE TIME IT GETS DARK, DONKEYOTE, plus other amazing films and red carpet extras at sffilm.org/watch
"A journalist on average makes $40,000. A case like this can cost millions of dollars." Nobody Speak #SFFLMFestival
DUET conveys the impact the past has on the present lives of its quartet of characters. Now streaming in the Screening Room.
On the red carpet with Walking Out star Matt Bomer! 🎥
#ethanhawke Q&A at the #sffilmfestival 📸 Pamela Gentile
“When your attractions and obsessions get the better of you it's a wild ride.” Sarah Gubbins, writer of I Love Dick #SFFILMfestival