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Broken Strings: The first ever folk-punk music festival/camp out weekend announced!

Posted by sfindie July 29, 2015 56 views

Announcing the Broken Strings Music Festival September 25-27, 2015 Camp Pollock in Sacramento Primarily known for producing film festivals in the Bay Area, but also with a history of presenting music festivals in the past, SF IndieFest will present a new a three day concert to showcase emerging talent from the folk-punk world. Broken Strings […]

I Forgot What 8 Was For: The 80s Alt Rock Sing A Long

Posted by sfindie July 7, 2015 130 views

SF IndieFest’s monthly music video sing a long series continues at the Roxie Theater (3117 16th St, SF) with I Forgot What 8 Was For: The 80s Alt Rock Sing A Long Fri Sept 18 In the 80s, “alternative” in Alt Rock actually meant something. The alternative to pop music, to R&B, to classic rock. […]

Free outdoor screening Thu Sept 3: The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai Across the 8th Dimension

Posted by sfindie July 1, 2015 165 views

FREE SCREENINGS IN THE PLAZA: September 3: The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai Across the 8th Dimension September 17: Airplane McCoppin Plaza, McCoppin at Valencia St. (near Valencia and Market), San Francisco.   COMING UP Thursday Sept 3, 815p:   The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai Across the 8th Dimension Despite mixed reviews and a disastrous initial release that dumped the […]

DocFest 2015 Award Winners Announced

Posted by sfindie June 30, 2015 122 views

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DOCFEST 2015 AWARD WINNERS! Audience Award for Best Feature: CURIOUS WORLDS: The Art and Imagination of David Beck Audience Award for Best Short: LAST DAY OF FREEDOM Jury Prize for Best Feature: CROCODILE GENNADLY Jury Prize for Best Short: THE MAN BEHIND 55000 DRESSES

2015 SF DocFest press links (so far)

Posted by sfindie June 29, 2015 224 views

“SF DocFest furthers its reputation as a festival of the offbeat, sometimes downright weird and the musically inclined.” – Sura Wood, SF Arts Monthly – “Documentaries that break the mold — from the fun and quirky to the challenging — take over small theaters around San Francisco for a full two weeks.” – KQED Arts […]

DocFest 2015 Trailer