The film festival that provides a manageable amount of the truth.
SAVE THE DATE: 13th Annual SF DocFest: June 5-19, 2014
SF DocFest is an annual festival devoted to documentary cinema. Since 2001, this two week-long event has brought the most weird and wonderful aspects of real life to the big screen.
“Docfest offers a zippy blend of politics, music, social issues and youth-oriented subcultures. The good news is that DocFest promotes documentaries as a vibrant, irreverent form of entertainment to a younger demographic, blasting the notion of educational films to smithereens. There’s no room for anything approximating — watch it, I’m about to blaspheme – the obsessively measured and utterly somnambulant musings of Ken Burns.” - Michael Fox, KQED
Founder/Director Jeff Ross; Programming Fay Dearborn, Jeff M. Giordano, Laura Costantino, Carl Elsaesser, Jeff Ross; House Manager/Volunteer Coordinator Catie Roads; House Managers Holly Roach, James Norton; Production Assistance Nina Ramos, George Kaskanlian; Development Nadja Marks; Website Design Adam Harvie, Kier-la Janisse; Box Office Agile Ticketing; Publicity Larsen & Associates; Graphic Design studio1500
THANKS TO THE DOCFEST DONORS!
Hedy Bernard, Sarah Brewer, Karla Jones, Cecilia Marks, Nadine May, Sara McPherson, James Moran, Mark Renneker, Julian Reynolds, Amy Rosenstock
If you look forward to SF DocFest every year, please consider donating to support the festival: sfindie.com/donate. SF IndieFest is a 501c3 non profit arts organization.
SF IndieFest Concludes It’s Most Successful DocFest to Date San Francisco, CA (June 26, 2013) – On June 23rd the 12th Annual SF Documentary Film Festival wrapped after 19 days, and 107 screenings. Taking place on 5 screens in 4 cities – San Francisco, Oakland, Palo Alto and Santa Cruz – the 12th edition was [...]
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SF IndieFest and Ham Pants Productions presents Hey Ho Bingo – A night of some serious old school bingo action Cocktails will flow until the cash and prizes run out Free to get in, cheap to play Thursday June 13th at 8pm Women’s Building 3543 18th street (between Guerrero and Valencia) 21up