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  1. Blade Runner

    Ridley Scott / Narrative, SFUFF 2015 / USA / 1982 / 117 mins
    This 1982 Neo Noir Dystopian Classic depicts a world (set in 2019 LA) where a young Harrison Ford is tasked with chasing down and destroying escaped “replicants” – Humanoid Clones created as slaves, with no rights, and strictly forbidden from existing on the homeworld – Earth.

  2. Bonobo

    Zoel Aeschbacher / SFUFF 2018, Narrative, Shorts / Switzerland / 2018 / 18 mins
    When the elevator of their public housing breaks down, the fates of Felix, a disabled pensioner, Ana, a single mother struggling with her move and Seydou, a young man passionate about dance, intertwine towards an explosive ending where their limits will be tested.
    Plays In:
    Infrastructure for Equity

    November 13, 2018 6:00 pm Tickets Available at Door

  3. La Haine

    Mathieu Kassovitz / Narrative, SFUFF 2015 / France / 1996 / 98 mins
    A French film with English subtitles, "La Haine" translates to "Hate". This impactful narrative, starring Vincent Cassel of Ocean's 12 & Ocean's 13, takes us on a gritty, unsettling, and visually explosive look at the racial and cultural volatility in 90’s France. The film's backdrop of Banlieue districts on the outskirts of Paris offers a gold mine of urban planning problems.

  4. Show Me A Hero

    Paul Haggis and David Simon / SFUFF 2016, Narrative / USA / 2015 / 360 mins
    Based on the nonfiction book of the same name by Lisa Belkin, the miniseries "Show Me a Hero" tells the story of how civil rights violations tear apart Yonkers, N.Y., paralyze the municipal government, and forever change the lives of a rising politician and his constituents.