Posts filed under "DocFest"

2015 SF DocFest press links (so far)

Posted by sfindie June 29, 2015 1065 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 partners with KQED’s Truly CA

Posted by sfindie June 10, 2015 920 views

KQED’s Truly CA is proud to partner with SF DocFest! KQED’s Truly CA, a showcase for documentaries about our Golden State, is proud to partner with SF Docfest to present amazing films at this year’s festival. Want to know more about Truly CA? Watch films from previous seasons on YouTube! The following screenings and events […]

FREE DocFest screening at The Independent Monday night!

Posted by sfindie June 5, 2015 901 views

Equal parts punk and psychedelia, the Flaming Lips emerged from Oklahoma City as one of the most bracing bands of the late 1980’s. The Fearless Freaks documents their rise from Butthole Surfers-imitating noisemakers to grand poobahs of orchestral pop masterpieces. Filmmaker Bradley Beesely had the good fortune of being the neighbor of lead Lip Wayne […]

Opening Night: Colin Hanks presents ALL THINGS MUST PASS at Brava Theater

Posted by sfindie May 29, 2015 1126 views

Thursday June 4, 8p (sharp!) DocFest is pleased to be able to be presenting actor Colin Hank’s debut feature documentary about Northern California’s beloved Tower Records called ALL THINGS MUST PASS. The doors open at 7p at until show time we’ll be serving complimentary wine courtesy of DARK HORSE WINES. The film: From its humble beginnings […]

FREE outdoor DocFest preview screening Thu May 28!

Posted by sfindie May 19, 2015 970 views

DocFest Free Kick Off screening: Thu May 28, 7p, McCoppin Plaza (McCopin at Valencia) Please join us as we kick of the 14th SF Documentary Festival with a free outdoor screening of the SF IndieFest award winning documentary FREE, plus a surprise sneak peek of some of the great short docs playing in June’s DocFest. […]

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