Monday, April 03, 2006

SF Women's Film Festival

Damn I wont be able to make the first night of documentaries as I will be in Illinois but it looks like a great program. So I hope to make it out when I can. M

The SFWFF 06' will take place from April 19-30, 2006 at Zeum, El Rio, SF Women's
Building, Parkway Theater and Minna Gallery.

Tickets on Sale Now HERE

We’re also very proud to co-host an 11th Annual Women of Color Film Festival program at this year’s SFWFF. WOCFF continues its commitment to premiering both promising works from novice artists and recognizing the accomplishments of award-winning filmmakers from the African, Asian, Latina, Middle Eastern and Native diasporas. The 11th Annual Women of Color Film Festival 2006 takes place on March 2-5 & 11. More information visit:

SFWFF 06' Screenings:

4/19 LGBTQ Opening Night Shorts Program at El Rio 7pm, $10

4/20 Short Films by Lise Swenson, Ang Yee Sien, Tova-Beck Friedman & Women in
Animation for Adults at SF Women's Building 7pm, $8

4/21 Young women in the Directors Chair: Short Films by Teens presented by Reelife
Movie Camp & Women of Color Shorts Program presented by Women of Color Film Festival
at SF Women's Building 7pm, $8

4/22 Women Documentary Filmmakers at SF Women's Building 8pm, $8

4/23 Short Film and Feature Presentation at Parkway Theater 5pm, $7
All is Normal co-directed by Todd Bieber/Juliana Brafa (U.S.A, 2005, 77 min) SF Premiere,
starring emerging young actress Juliana Brafa and Academy Award Nominee and Golden
Globe Winner Linda Blair (Exorcist) this edgy thriller blurs the line between reality and
one's own mental terror when Janet, a naïve college drop-out, tries to cut off from her
sadistic boyfriend. Working as a house sitter in a secluded Appalachian mountain home
she soon finds herself in a disturbing mixture of isolation, confusion, and murder.

4/27 Shorts Program & Documentary at SF Women's Building 7pm, $8
Between Midnight and the Rooster's crow directed by Nadja Drost (Canada, 2005, 66 min)
SF Premiere, Canadian oil giant En Cana is under fire for the constructions of an oil
pipeline that has becomes one of the world's most controversial mega-projects, faced
with mass-opposition in Ecuador, as well as abroad. Follow the journey of a Canadian
filmmaker as she investigates why an oil company is mired in social and environmental
controversy in the Amazon.

4/30 Women in Animation with Osnat Shurer, Producer of Pixar at Zeum 2-4pm, $7

4/30 Closing Night Screenings & Party with special guest Danny Glover presented by
SINVINO Sparkling and at 111 Minna Gallery at 9pm, $10

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