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Julien Temple at SF IndieFest!

Posted by sfindie January 11, 2020 1132 views

Philo T. Farnsworth Award for Innovative Filmmaking: Julien Temple SF IndieFest prides itself on recognizing those unconventional, creative risk-taking filmmakers that are redefining the cinematic form and we are proud to have Julien Temple as the latest filmmaker the festival has recognized. Temple will appear at the fest to present the North American premiere of […]

Congratulations to the 22nd SF IndieFest Screenplay Competition Finalists

Posted by sfindie December 23, 2019 2270 views

WINNER – Features PB&J – Tihemme Gagnon WINNER – Shorts Home – Katie Micay   FINALISTS – Features All See None, Zev Aaron Capsized, Scott Corbett Good Luck, Mr. Gorsky, Dave Konig Gray, Daniel Talbott Swallow, Kerry Kolbe Teddy and Low, Kevin Walsh The Mother Road, Michael Raymond The Pain-Free Day, Sarah Granger The Suburban […]

16th Another Hole In the Head – Dec 1-15

Posted by sfindie November 24, 2019 563 views

SF IndieFest’s ‘Another Hole in the Head’ Film Festival is a two week cinematic excursion into the realms of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and assorted other genres. Taking its cue from other legendary festivals such as Cannes, Sundance, and Crazy Steve’s Bootleg Basement Extravaganza, Another Hole in the Head pulls together a diverse collection of […]

Congratulations to the SF IndieShorts Award Winners!

Posted by sfindie September 17, 2019 1110 views

Best of the Fest: DEMAND CURVE Best US Narrative: LEAVING THERAPY Best Foreign Narrative: BAXU AND THE GIANTS Best Local Narrative: DEBBIE AND DOUG DROP ACID IN THE DESERT Best US Documentary: FOLLOW THE SUN Best Foreign Documentary: THE LIFE I’VE SEEN Best Local Documentary: ONE THOUSAND STORIES: THE MAKING OF A MURAL Best US […]

2019 SF IndieShorts ANNOUNCED

Posted by sfindie August 13, 2019 1177 views

SF IndieShorts Announced: Sept 13-15 at New People Cinema in Japantown! The short film — what a perfect genre. Like the perfect snack. Or the very best poem: intensity and imagination distilled down to the most crucial and poignant of words. Short films are the quintessential starting point, and for some filmmakers, the definitive end […]