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  1. Urban Art Demands Justice: A Drive Through Ciudad Juárez

    Daniela Martin / SFUFF 2018, Shorts / Mexico / 2016 / 14 mins
    A new movement in the Ciudad Juárez street art scene plays a major role in the fight for justice in the Mexican border town. Artists paint large murals with portraits of disappeared women and victims of feminicide. Moving through the roads of Mexico’s most violent city and meeting young artists, the film explores this new art movement of protest and solidarity.
    Plays In:
    Protest and Celebration in Our Shared Spaces

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

  2. Velo Visionaries – Chris Carlsson

    Kristin Tieche / SFUFF 2018, Shorts / USA / 2016 / 6 mins
    A deeply moving profile of Chris Carlsson, author, historian and co-founder of Critical Mass and Shaping San Francisco.
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    Protest and Celebration in Our Shared Spaces

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

  3. Viva House

    Ole Elfenkämper and Kathrin Seward / SFUFF 2018, Documentary, Shorts / USA / 2018 / 15 mins
    The film documents one day at the food pantry and is set in two tiny row houses which are operated by Willa and Brendan since 1968. Since then, they have served food to more than one million people, created after school programs, reading groups for children and many more activities to empower their Baltimore neighborhood.
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    Warm Souls, Cold World

    City Hope SF
    November 16, 2018 7:00 pm

  4. Walk At Her Own Risk

    Dolly Tolles / SFUFF 2014, Shorts / USA / 2014 / 10 mins
    A story of a young woman reconstructing her life after a recent pedestrian collision in San Francisco. (commissioned by Walk SF)

  5. Walking Cinema: Tales of the Hidden City

    Michael Epstein / SFUFF 2014, Shorts / USA / WIP
    Multi-media project featuring a Mid-Market development and its residents.

  6. We Are People

    Jules Retzlaff / SFUFF 2018, Documentary, Shorts / USA / 2018 / 2 mins
    A day in the life of a young organizer.
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    RESCHEDULED Coming Up: Youth Empowerment

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

  7. Welcome to the Neighborhood

    Pamela Uzzell / SFUFF 2018, Shorts / USA / 2017 / 27 mins
    When artist Mildred Howard, daughter of legendary Berkeley activist Mable Howard, loses her South Berkeley home due to soaring rental prices, it costs Berkeley a piece of its history and its legacy. This story of an African American family illuminates both personal power to create possibilities in adversity, and the broader issue of gentrification and a housing crisis that threatens a community.
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    Infrastructure for Equity

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

  8. Where My Ladies At

    Leah Nichols, Erin Lutes / SFUFF 2016, Shorts / USA / 2016 / 4 mins
    San Francisco's Golden Gate Park is known for its historic statues, but today includes zero statues of real women. The "Where My Ladies At" campaign seeks to honor a real woman with her own statue in Golden Gate Park and create gender equality within public art.

  9. White Elephants

    Avni Shah / SFUFF 2018, Shorts / South Africa / 2018 / Documentary / 19 mins
    Sport has the power to inspire and unite people. White Elephants is a short documentary that investigates the legacy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa through a series of (exclusive!) interviews and footage. The film asks the questions - what is left behind after the celebration is over and the memory has faded, and was it worth it?
    Plays In:
    Sports In The City – For Economy or Community?

    Roxie Theater
    November 14, 2018 6:30 pm Tickets Available at Door

  10. Women’s March Film

    Mischa Hedges / SFUFF 2018, Documentary, Shorts / USA / 2018 / 30 mins
    On January 21, 2017, hundreds of thousands of women marched on Washington, DC. The same day, hundreds of sister marches took place across the country and around the world. For some, it was their first time marching, for others, the continuation of a decades-long fight for human rights, dignity, and justice. For all, it was an opportunity to make their voices heard. It was the largest one-day protest in American history.
    Plays In:
    Protest and Celebration in Our Shared Spaces

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