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Protest and Celebration in Our Shared Spaces

SFUFF 2018 / 120 mins

Protest and Celebration in Our Shared Spaces

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


This program will explore how public spaces are venues for civil disobedience, protest, and celebration.  We will also examine how notions of public change with the times and across cultures; and the implications of private entities increasing their role in providing and regulating open spaces.


Moderator: Robin Abad Ocubillo, Program Producer, SF Urban Film Fest


Jeffrey Hou, Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Washington and Co-Editor “City Unsilenced: Urban Resistance and Public Space in the Age of Shrinking Democracy” (2017)

Angela Washington, Journalist and Filmmaker, profiled in “Women’s March Film”

Chris Carlsson, Writer, Editor, and Historian. Co-Founder, Critical Mass.


Co-Presented by Shaping SF


Doors Open at 5:30 pm
2 CM Credits
Tickets: $10 early bird/ $12 at the door
Refund Policy: Tickets are non-refundable

In This Program

  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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

Dates & Times

Protest and Celebration in Our Shared Spaces

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