Tags archives: San Francisco Black Film Festival

  • The Mermaid

  • Sunday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 5:15pm The Mermaid 15:11 by Italome Ohikhuare Selected for a 2015 SUNDANCE INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP A moving drama about a young woman, her schizophrenic brother, and his pet goldfish -- and a journey that changes all their lives forever. Director: Italome Ohikhuare (Writer/Executive Producer) Named a 2015 SUNDANCE SCREENWRITING FELLOW[...]
  • LADYLIKE

  • Saturday. 2nd Act. 2pm LADYLIKE 7:07 sub. by: Tiffany Johnson Ladylike is a short film collaboration between Tiffany Johnson and Nicholas Williams, two best friends who met a decade ago in film school. Directed by Tiffany and co-written with Nicholas, Ladylike is a modern day noir that follows Vaughan and Harlan, two vintage vixens who have a penchant for retro… and retribution. Not only[...]
  • David's Reverie

  • Saturday. 2nd Act. 12pm David's Reverie 19:42 Neil Creque Williams "David's Reverie", starring Brandon Fobbs ("The Wire", "Walking Dead", "HBO's Getting On"), tells the story of a jazz musician struggling to prevent his epilepsy diagnosis from derailing his emerging jazz career. 2015 IndieWire Project of the Year Finalist Director: Neil Creque Williams NEIL CREQUE WILLI[...]
  • CHARLOTTE

  • Saturday. 2nd Act. 1pm CHARLOTTE (11m, U S A) dir. by Angel Kristi Williams Alex, excited to have befriended the popular girl at school, will do anything to stay in her good graces. When her new friend wants to play house, Alex innocently plays along and develops feelings she doesn't understand. ATLANTA FILM FESTIVAL - PINK PEACH SHORT 2015 GRAND JURY PRIZE SARASOTA FILM FESTIV[...]
  • Bragg N East

  • Sunday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 2:30pm Bragg N East (23m, U S A) dir. by Rob Underhill     Inspired by true events, a life shattering tragedy unites two former adversaries in search of answers: a police officer and a gang-member, both hardened by years of working the streets. Bragg N East is a gritty, faith-oriented police drama about hopeless lives in inner-ci[...]
  • King of Guangzhou

  • FRIDAY 6/12 AAACC  (Buriel Clay Theater) 1:30pm King of Guangzhou (16m, China) dir. by Quester Hannah A Nigerian man expecting a child with his Chinese partner fights deportation from her home country.   Quester Hannah | Facebook  
  • Double Negative

  • FRIDAY 6/12 AAACC  (Buriel Clay Theater) 1:30pm Double Negative (16m, U S A) dir. by Brian Dilg Dottie is just a pissed-off schoolteacher drinking her way through the summer after her husband left her for another man. All she ever wanted was to get as far as possible from the bad neighborhood she grew up in, but she cared too much to walk away, having spent her entire adult life teaching[...]
  • Stairways

  • Sunday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 2:30pm Stairways (15m, U S A) dir. by Juan Martinez Vera Charlotte is tired. She has worked for years on Skid Row struggling to help the people around her, but when she is forced to evict a young addict named Rose from the community center she wonders whether she is making any difference. When Charlotte later discovers Rose lying in the streets and[...]
  • The Road We Travel

  • Saturday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 12pm The Road We Travel by Alexandra Nicolaides After arriving in Uganda without any money, a downtrodden photographer befriends a local taxi driver who offers him a place to stay, forcing him to embrace a culture very different to his own.   Director: Aidan Belizaire Aidan is a musically trained film and TV director[...]
  • Open Legs With A Closed Mind

  • Saturday A.A.A.C.C. (Buriel Clay Theater) 3:30pm Open Legs With A Closed Mind by Dorothy Lucey The documentary focuses on the larger population of unwed mothers in the African-American culture. This film also explores interracial dating and why society chooses to be-little African-American women for exposure when all races are guilty of it. How is the Willie E Lynch letter written in 171[...]
  • Irons In The Fire

  • Irons In The Fire (23m, United Kingdom) dir. by Yoav Segal Narrated by the Golden Globe winning actor, Idris Elba. 'Irons In The Fire' tells the stories of five young people who have discovered a passion that is transforming their lives. these include Ben - a crack dealing car-thief who, whilst in prison, enrolled on a cooking apprenticeship that changed his world. And 17 year old Ashley:[...]
  • Mac Dre: Legend of the Bay

  • Mac Dre: Legend of the Bay (61m, U S A) dir. by Zachary Butler THIS EVENT IS FREE @ The BooM BooM RooM Sunday @ 6pm. Must be 21+ Bay Area rapper Mac Dre began his career at 18 and quickly became an influential force in early west coast hip-hop. In 1992 he was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank robbery when his lyrics were used against him in court. He left prison with a new [...]