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Wed January 16, 2019

Meet 10 Bold Indie Filmmakers: Behind the Lens Screening, Panel and Mixer

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Join KQED for an intimate evening filled with conversation and short films about the next generation of storytellers who are dedicated to doing it their own way: with courage, honesty and sincere curiosity about the world around them.
Meet the Filmmakers:
Fran Guijarro and Diya Guha
Directors of Moses: Fran and Diya’s work following one man’s journey off the streets of San Francisco transformed the lives of everyone involved.
Leo Herrera
Director of Fathers: Leo re-creates and explores an alternate universe where the work of notable queer artists and activists were never stopped short by AIDS.
Pamela Chavez
Director of Caracol Cruzando: Pamela Chavez draws on memories of her own family's migration from Costa Rica to the U.S. in her animated short.
Chris Metzler, Quinn Costello and Jeff Springer
Directors of Rodents of Unusual Size: Quinn, Chris and Jeff  spent four years following giant swamp rats decimating the Louisiana coastline—and the local hunters committed to stopping them.
Pete Lee
Director of  'Don't Be A Hero': The Taiwanese-born director and lifelong kung-fu aficionado has worked on martial arts shorts, music videos and a Sundance-selected heist film.
Talibah Newman
Director of Busted on Brigham Lane, Sweet Honey Chile’ and The Greenwoode Project: Talibah creates stories about children’s innocence and resilience to inspire growth and healing for the black community and within families.
Eugene Kim
Director of Cherry: Eugene captured his experiences growing up in 90s Daly City, California, when Filipino DJs were pioneering a new style, B-Boys competed at car shows and everyone knew they were part of a historic moment in music history.
Behind the Lens, a new KQED digital series about indie California filmmakers, features these filmmakers and more. Each episode focuses on a documentary, narrative or animated film director, capturing the personal experiences that inform their films, and the risks they take to bring stories to the screen. Step behind the lens and follow the journeys of a new generation of storytellers.
Big thanks to our community partners:
SFFILM, BAVC, ITVS and Youth Beat
Event Details:
Behind the Lens: Screening, Panel and Mixer
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
6:30 Doors
7:00 Event starts
KQED
260 Mariposa Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
The event is free, but RSVP is required for attendance
There is limited seating at this event. Please arrive early if you need to secure a seat.
Join KQED for an intimate evening filled with conversation and short films about the next generation of storytellers who are dedicated to doing it their own way: with courage, honesty and sincere curiosity about the world around them.
Meet the Filmmakers:
Fran Guijarro and Diya Guha
Directors of Moses: Fran and Diya’s work following one man’s journey off the streets of San Francisco transformed the lives of everyone involved.
Leo Herrera
Director of Fathers: Leo re-creates and explores an alternate universe where the work of notable queer artists and activists were never stopped short by AIDS.
Pamela Chavez
Director of Caracol Cruzando: Pamela Chavez draws on memories of her own family's migration from Costa Rica to the U.S. in her animated short.
Chris Metzler, Quinn Costello and Jeff Springer
Directors of Rodents of Unusual Size: Quinn, Chris and Jeff  spent four years following giant swamp rats decimating the Louisiana coastline—and the local hunters committed to stopping them.
Pete Lee
Director of  'Don't Be A Hero': The Taiwanese-born director and lifelong kung-fu aficionado has worked on martial arts shorts, music videos and a Sundance-selected heist film.
Talibah Newman
Director of Busted on Brigham Lane, Sweet Honey Chile’ and The Greenwoode Project: Talibah creates stories about children’s innocence and resilience to inspire growth and healing for the black community and within families.
Eugene Kim
Director of Cherry: Eugene captured his experiences growing up in 90s Daly City, California, when Filipino DJs were pioneering a new style, B-Boys competed at car shows and everyone knew they were part of a historic moment in music history.
Behind the Lens, a new KQED digital series about indie California filmmakers, features these filmmakers and more. Each episode focuses on a documentary, narrative or animated film director, capturing the personal experiences that inform their films, and the risks they take to bring stories to the screen. Step behind the lens and follow the journeys of a new generation of storytellers.
Big thanks to our community partners:
SFFILM, BAVC, ITVS and Youth Beat
Event Details:
Behind the Lens: Screening, Panel and Mixer
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
6:30 Doors
7:00 Event starts
KQED
260 Mariposa Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
The event is free, but RSVP is required for attendance
There is limited seating at this event. Please arrive early if you need to secure a seat.
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