Posts filed under "SF Indie"

2014 IndieFest Awards and DocFest Announcements

Posted by sfindie February 27, 2014 2357 views

SF IndieFest’s Sweet 16 Concludes With Another Stellar Year Looks to the Future with 2 New SF DocFest Programmers The 16th SF IndieFest came to a close last week after another fantastic year of showcasing the world’s best independent cinema at the Roxie and Brava Theater’s in San Francisco, and the New Parkway in Oakland. […]

2014 IndieFest Press Coverage

Posted by sfindie February 18, 2014 1634 views

Beyond Chron Way Too Indie Way Too Indie   Movie Mezzanine Way Too Indie Interview with I HATE MYSELF   KGO Radio Start at 26:20 Minute Mark   Bay Flicks   7×7 Magazine Online http://www.7×   Beyond Chron My Cultural Landscape Daily Cal […]

Interview with “PROXY” Director Zack Parker

Posted by sfindie February 13, 2014 1209 views

Zack Parker’s third feature PROXY has been has been enjoying a controversial buzz since it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last fall. We’re thrilled to have it at this year’s SF Indie, screening on Sunday Feb 16th and again on Thursday Feb 20th (tickets HERE). The tale begins with the violent attack of […]

JUST ADDED! Repeat screening of THE CONGRESS

Posted by sfindie February 11, 2014 886 views

We’ve been given permission to play THE CONGRESS one more time, so if you missed it on Opening Night, here’s your chance to catch this amazing live/animation hybrid film by Ari Folman (Waltz With Bashir) starring Robin Wright, Harvey Keitel, Jon Hamm and Paul Giamatti. The film plays at the Roxie Theater Saturday February 15 […]

SF IndieFest “brings out a few nuanced (and not-so) portrayals of disability”

Posted by sfindie February 11, 2014 572 views

Adam Hartzell at reports on three of this year’s festival selections that deal with disability: “It’s nice to see Indiefest include a couple films that step beyond the documentary in featuring disabled actors playing disabled characters. One is short Japanese feature There Is Light (Yukihiro Toda) and the other is the Chadian film Grigris (Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, 2013). The […]