San Francisco Film Society’s 2013 Fall Season is coming to an end by keeping it local. From November 22 – 24 they will be presenting Cinema By The Bay at The Roxie Theater in the Mission, a fitting venue of local stature.. After scoping out the best of contemporary international cinema for local consumption — Hong Kong Cinema, Taiwan Film Days, French Cinema Now, and New Italian Cinema — SFFS is ready to show Bay Area film fans what’s happening in their own backyard. Screenings include the newest from established local filmmakers like Mitchell Alteri — one-half of Butcher Brothers — as well as up and comers, including a selection of San Francisco State University alumni shorts billed as The SF State of Cinema.
Sunday’s Essential SF also continues the tradition of honoring the most essential and influential San Francisco filmmakers and institutions. SFFS’ 2013 Fall Season is determined to go out with a bang. Advance tickets and more information on each film are available on the San Francisco Film Society’s official website.
A list of the full line up with directors is below:
7:00pm Opening Night Film: Holy Ghost People (Mitchell Altieri, 2013)
2:30pm Opening Night Party at The Lab
9:30pm Holy Ghost People (Mitchell Altieri, 2013)
12:00pm The Genius of Marian (Banker White, Anna Fitch, 2013)
2:15pm Redemption Trail (Britta Sjorgen, 2013)
4:30pm American Vagabond (Susanna Helke, 2013)
6:45pm Along the Roadside (Zoran Lisinac, 2013)
9:30pm Street Smarts: YAK Films’ Dance Then and Now
12:00pm The SF State of Cinema: Shorts from SFSU Alumni
2:15pm The Other Side of the Mountain (In Hak Jang, 2012)
5:00pm Essential SF
7:00pm The Illness and The Odyssey (Berry Minott, 2013)
9:15pm Dear Sidewalk (Jake Oelman, 2013)