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In addition to our three annual festivals, SF Indie also hosts a plethora of parties, gallery openings, concerts and other arts events throughout the year – including our popular Sing A Long Shows, a new monthly Movie Roast, our annual Big Lebowski Party, and our roving BAD ART GALLERY (B.A.G.)! Stay tuned for event listings here!
ROCKY HORROR SAVED MY LIFE Sean Stutler 2016, USA, 110 min, World Premiere Great Star Theater, Fri June 3, 8p The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the longest-running theatrical release in film history. Since its debut in 1975, it has become the very definition of “cult movie.” However, if you’ve ever been to a live […]
This year’s Big Lebowski Party gets reboot as we move into the Brava Theater for a Live! On Stage! Shadow Cast while the film plays on screen! Preformed by the guys and gals of Bawdy Caste (who do Rocky Horror every month at the Clay Theater) this show is going to be awesome! Enjoy mini bowling, a […]
On February 7th, 2016, the Mayan calendar will terminate, the sun will produce an enormous blast of cosmic radiation, San Francisco (er …Jose) will host the SUPER BOWL. That’s why you need to be SAFE and SECURE at SF INDIEFEST’S sixth-annual SUPER BOWL: MEN IN TIGHTS COMEDY SPECTACULAR. While JOCKS and BROS fill your favorite […]
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 […]
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 […]