Posts filed under "SF Indie"

IndieFest 2020 Press Coverage

Posted by sfindie January 26, 2020 1613 views

48 Hills (Online) Festival Preview Dennis Harvey – San Francisco Chronicle (Print Daily) Festival Preview David Lewis – San Francisco Chronicle (Print Daily) Festival Mention Pam Grady – Cinema Escapist Review: The Wild Goose Lake Brenda Chang – KQED Arts (Online) Festival Preview with Film Capsules Michael Fox – 7×7 […]

Bay Area Films Not To Miss

Posted by sfindie January 24, 2020 1535 views

Come As You Are Richard Wong, Roxie Opening Night Film Three young men with disabilities flee their overbearing parents for a road trip to a brothel that caters to people with special needs, in order to lose their virginity and embrace their independence. Gabourey Sidibe stars as their nurse driver, Janeane Garofalo and C.S. Lee also […]

Special Events at SF IndieFest

Posted by sfindie January 17, 2020 1395 views

2020 IndieFest Special Events Sponsored by 7×7 Opening Night after party with Hubba Hubba Review Wed Jan 29, 10p Victoria, 21up Stick around after the Opening Night Film for some of San Francisco’s best burlesque! THE BIG LEBOWSKI Shadow Cast Fri Jan 31, 9p Victoria, 21up Bawdy Caste, SF’s premiere Rocky Horror Picture Show troupe, […]

Julien Temple at SF IndieFest!

Posted by sfindie January 11, 2020 1425 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 […]

The SF IndieFest Challenge!

Posted by sfindie January 7, 2020 891 views

Are you a consumer or a participant? At the multiplex, or when we turn on Netflix, we consume movies; we’re the end of the process. At a film festival, we participate in the process of a film. We interact with fellow film fans and the filmmaker, and we’re supporting a community of film appreciation. It flows […]