Directed by Serginho Roosblad
The MacArthur Maze is one of the most important freeway interchanges in the state of California. But the Maze also cuts through four distinct landscapes that each tell a story of separation and connection.
SFUFF 2018 / 150 minsInfrastructure, whether in the form of transit, highways, or public housing, has been used to divide and degrade communities, and yet there are stories of resistance and people fighting to thrive anyway. And in recent years, local governments are learning from past mistakes as they embark on initiatives to weave a more unified city through urban design. Join us for screening of films selected from international and local submissions, including the Swiss filmmaker Zoel Aeschbacher’s narrative short “Bonobo” and local filmmaker Serghino Roosblad‘s documentary film about Oakland’s MacArthur Maze, followed by a lively panel discussion.