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DocFest Passes now on sale!

Posted by sfindie May 3, 2018 82 views

First announcement for the 17th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival

Posted by sfindie April 2, 2018 123 views

SF DocFest, May 31- June 14, 2018 Roxie Theatre, Brava Theater and New People Cinema in San Francisco The San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest) returns to San Francisco May 31-June 14, 2018 for the 17th edition of the festival. SF DocFest will screen acclaimed documentary feature and short films from around the world […]

Congratulations to the 2018 IndieFest Award Winners

Posted by sfindie February 19, 2018 171 views

Audience Award for Best Feature Narrative: GUITAR MAN Audience Award for Best Feature Documentary: DO U WANT IT? Audience Award for Best Short Narrative: THE SIGN Audience Award for Best Short Documentary: THE TREE PROPHET Audience Award for Best Animations: CITIPATI Jury Prize for Best Feature Narrative: THE MIDNIGHTERS Jury Prize for Best Feature Documentary: […]

IndieFest 2018 Press Coverage (so far)

Posted by sfindie January 12, 2018 350 views

RUMINATIONS feature Paul Liberatore Marin Independent Journal (Print Daily) http://www.marinij.com/article/NO/20180121/NEWS/180129959 Mercury News (Print Daily) https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/01/22/bay-area-filmmaker-charts-journey-of-drag-legend-rumi-missabu/   GINGER NATION review George Heymont Huffington Post (Online) https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/powering-through-an-identity-crisis_us_5a5d37fae4b01ccdd48b5ef8  My Cultural Landscape (Online) https://myculturallandscape.blogspot.com/2018/01/powering-through-identity-crisis.html   Mehr News Agency (Online) KUPAL feature Staff https://en.mehrnews.com/news/131470/Kupal-goes-to-SF-IndieFest   Bay Flicks (Online) Reviews of STUCK, HER MAGNUM OPUS, KUPAL, MISOGYNISTS Lincoln Spector https://bayflicks.net/2018/01/18/indiefest-previews/   […]

20 Year Retrospective

Posted by sfindie January 11, 2018 230 views

Twenty years ago, SF IndieFest was hatched with a goal of presenting new indpendent films by young independent film makers. Things have changed quite a bit since then in San Francisco and in how we all discover new artists. IndieFest, though now with more films and more screenings then back then, is pretty much still doing […]