Posts filed under "SF Indie"

Celebrating 20 Years of Independent Cinema in San Francisco

Posted by sfindie January 13, 2018 74 views

Welcome! Twenty years ago I realized there wasn’t a venue in San Francisco for new independent films by young, adventurous film makers and launched SF IndieFest to showcase a few of them. Much to everyone’s surprise, 3000 people came out to the Roxie and Victoria Theaters to see about a dozen feature films with no […]

IndieFest 2018 Press Coverage (so far)

Posted by sfindie January 12, 2018 116 views

RUMINATIONS feature Paul Liberatore Marin Independent Journal (Print Daily) Mercury News (Print Daily)   GINGER NATION review George Heymont Huffington Post (Online)  My Cultural Landscape (Online)   Mehr News Agency (Online) KUPAL feature Staff   Bay Flicks (Online) Reviews of STUCK, HER MAGNUM OPUS, KUPAL, MISOGYNISTS Lincoln Spector   […]

20 Year Retrospective

Posted by sfindie January 11, 2018 64 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 […]

Festival Preview Clips

Posted by sfindie January 10, 2018 38 views

Check it out! We have films about Music:   We have SciFi/Horror/Thrillers:   We have Comedies:   AND MUCH MUCH MORE!

The Opening Night Musical Extravaganza

Posted by sfindie January 9, 2018 74 views

This year’s IndieFest Opening Night Program consists of two great music and dance films set in NYC. First, we’re showing STUCK, which was originally a hit live theater musical. Six New Yorkers are trapped in a stuck subway car and eventually beginning sharing stories about their lives through song. It’s a wonderful film about how […]