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  1. Connection

    Alisa Pashkova / Student, SFUFF 2018, Documentary, Shorts / China / 2018 / 11 mins
    Connection is a documentary about the close connection between people’s heart and bridges in the city. It highlights the cultural gap between older generation and new generation which by focusing on the relationship between bridges and urban development. The film encourages people to enjoy the rapid development of modern cities, and at the same time to pay attention to the construction of spiritual bridges.
    Plays In:
    Collective Memory in the Civic Commons

    November 15, 2018 12:30 pm

  2. Crisanto Street

    Paloma Martinez / SFUFF 2018, Shorts / USA / 2017 / 11 mins
    In the shadow of Silicon Valley, a hidden community thrives despite difficult circumstances. For one resident, eight-year-old Geovany Cesario, impending change is bittersweet. Directed, Produced and Edited by Paloma Martinez Best Short Documentary- San Francisco International Film Festival 2018
    Plays In:
    Warm Souls, Cold World

    City Hope SF
    November 16, 2018 7:00 pm

  3. The Dream Kontinues

    Pendarvis Harshaw / SFUFF 2018, Documentary, Shorts / USA / 2014 / Documentary / 20 mins
    Oakland filmmaker Pendarvis Harshaw unfurls the mystery of the prolific muralist whose work is tagged "The Dream" and profiles other members of the "TDK" collective.
    Plays In:
    Street Art as Political Currency

    San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Public Knowledge Annex
    November 15, 2018 6:00 pm

  4. Drugs in the Tenderloin

    Robert Zagone / SFUFF 2017, Films, Shorts / USA / 1966 / Documentary / 52 mins
    “Drugs in the Tenderloin” is a documentary shot guerilla-style (when that was not a thing) directed by Robert Zagone in 1966; it captures the Tenderloin as it transformed into a center for young queers and drug users.The film is a chance to catch a rare glimpse of the Tenderloin’s past, and to hear first hand from the people who lived there. The film was rediscovered by the Tenderloin Museum and played a series of sold-out shows in 2015 & 2016. There is only one copy of the film and it cannot be seen on-line or in theatres.

  5. Eulogy For The Dyke Bar

    Macon Reed & Isabel Farrington / SFUFF 2017, Films, Documentary, Shorts / USA / 2017 / 9 mins
    A portrait of artist Macon Reed's installation "Eulogy for the Dyke Bar" on it's closing night.

  6. Every Speed

    Julia Fuller / SFUFF 2014, Shorts / USA / 2013 / 7 mins
    An atmospheric and experiential exploration of able and disabled bodies moving through urban spaces and negotiating transport options.

  7. Fenced In

    Lily Yu / Student, SFUFF 2018, Documentary, Shorts / USA / 2015 / 2 mins
    A West Oakland youth pushes back against the environmental pollution in her neighborhood.
    Plays In:
    RESCHEDULED Coming Up: Youth Empowerment

    xSpace at Youth Art Exchange
    February 2, 2019 4:00 pm

  8. Flag Wars

    Laura Poitras & Linda Goode Bryant / SFUFF 2017, Films, Documentary, Shorts / USA / 2003 / 95 mins
    Personal look at a community in Columbus, Ohio, as gay white homebuyers move into a working-class black neighborhood. As the new residents restore the beautiful but run-down homes, black homeowners must fight to hold onto their community and heritage. The inevitable clashes expose prejudice and self-interest on both sides, as well as the common dream to have a home to call your own. Winner of the Jury Award at the South by Southwest Film Festival.

  9. The Headwearshop: Black Lives Matter

    Shantré Pinkney / SFUFF 2018, Shorts / USA / 2014 / 2 mins
    A woman prepares herself to join a Black Lives Matter protest.
    Plays In:
    Protest and Celebration in Our Shared Spaces

    Roxie Theater
    November 11, 2018 6:00 pm Tickets Available at Door

  10. Heart of the City

    Jon Sadrgilany & Omeed Manocheri / SFUFF 2017, Films, Shorts / USA / 2017 / 15 mins
    Heart of the City is a documentary film and social news platform investigating San Francisco’s socioeconomic divide in the Tenderloin neighborhood and its adjacent districts. The project seeks to reimagine the fourth wall and stimulate social media discussions to integrate with the narrative of the film and other supplemental content.