(Film) – With 183 films, a tribute to Charlize Theron (Tully) and Wayne Wang (Smoke), and interesting conversations, the San Francisco International Film Festival will take place from April 4-17 in a variety of venues in the City (Castro, Dolby, Roxie, and other,) and at the BAMPFA in Berkeley and Grand Lake Theater in Oakland.
46 countries are represented in narratives, documentaries, shorts, episodic and new vision genres. Among the cinematic gems this festival usually brings, film lovers will find plenty of storytelling about inequalities and social disruption, but also about hope, human complexities, and the lives of people worth knowing.
Here are some of the titles that have sparked our interest for review:
- The Workshop, Laurent Cantet, France
- The Cleaners, Moritz R./Hans Block, Germany/Brazil, 88 min.
- The Human Element, Matthew Testa, USA / Iceland
- CIVILIZATIONS: How Do We Look? (Episode 2), Matt Hill, UK
- Carcasse, Gústav Geir Bollason, Clémentine Roy, Iceland / France
- I Hate Kids, John Asher, USA
- Gauguin, Edouard Deluc, France
Get your tickets now because these films quickly become Sold Out.
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