The 20th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival will open with Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s Summer of Soul.
San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest)
NAME OF FESTIVAL: San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest)
WHERE: San Francisco, California
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
SF DocFest is an annual festival devoted to documentary cinema. Since 2001, this two week-long event has brought the most weird and wonderful aspects of real life to the big screen.
Insert Coin directed by Joshua Tsui will kick off the virtual SF DocFest set to take place Sept 3-20, with 46 documentaries.
ON A KNIFE EDGE Coming of Age and Activism Doc on American Indian Young Man to World Premiere at SF DocFest
On A Knife Edge, from director Jeremy Williams, a documentary film five years in the making, follows Guy Dull Knife and his son, George, as George comes of age on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation.
The San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest) returns May 31 to June 15, 2017, at the Roxie Theater, Vogue Theater and the Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater
The 15th San Francisco Documentary Festival (SF DocFest) taking place June 2 to 16, 2016., kicks off with IT AIN’T PRETTY, the story of local female big-wave surfers, and wraps with SILICON COWBOYS, about the early days of the personal computer revolution.
CURIOUS WORLDS: The Art and Imagination of David Deck directed by Olympia Stone is the winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature at 2015 SF Documentary Festival (SF DocFest). CROCODILE GENNADLY (pictured above) directed by Steve Hoover is the winner of Jury Prize for Best Feature. In ‘CURIOUS WORLDS: The Art and Imagination of David Deck’ the curtain is pulled back on one of America’s (and San Francisco’s) most accomplished and original — yet least-known working artists — […]
The 13th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest) taking place June 5 to 19, 2014, will open on June 5th with Robert Greene’s new film THE ACTRESS, which follows Brandy Burre, an actress who gave up her role in HBO’s “The Wire” to start a family in upstate New York. After playing the role of wife and mother, Burre decided to re-enter the acting business. The film will play as part of a retrospective of Robert Greene’s earlier work.