Atheist Film Festival - Established in 2009, the Atheist Film Festival is world's first film festival dedicated to showcasing feature films, documentaries, shorts and animated cinema created especially for the secular community.
Disposable Film Festival - Created in 2007 by Carlton Evans and Eric Slatkin to celebrate the democratization of cinema made possible by low cost video technology: everyday equipment like mobile phones, pocket cameras, DSLRs and other inexpensive devices. Through screenings, workshops, competitions, panels, and other events intended to educate and inspire, the Disposable Film Festival promotes experimentation and helps build the track record needed for a new generation of filmmakers to enter and change the industry. Kicks off in San Francisco every March before traveling to cities around the world.
REEL Recovery Film Festival - Using the artistic medium and venue of a four-day film festival, select feature-length, short and documentary films are presented that highlight alcohol/drug addiction and recovery.
San Francisco Film Society (SFFS) - Through its annual San Francisco International Film Festival and an assortment of equally anticipated events such as the yearly San Francisco International Animation Festival, New Italian Cinema and French Cinema Now, bimonthly SF360 Film+Club multimedia presentations and Film Arts Forum filmmaker gatherings, and frequent benefit screenings and film premieres, the Film Society shares the best in global moving-image arts with tens of thousands of viewers who are eager to explore images and ideas beyond the mainstream multiplex.
San Francisco Green Film Festival - Seeking to inspire environmental action through media arts. With two screens showing over 70 film premieres, and a Festival Hub hosting workshops, panels, and parties, the festival gives filmmakers a unique platform for their work, and gives the audience opportunities to watch, share, discuss and act.
Silent Film Festival - Selects the finest 35mm prints, engages leading musicians to compose and perform live era-authentic musical scores, and invites filmmakers, authors, stars, archivists, and scholars to provide context and commentary for each film.
San Francisco Film Society Cinema - San Francisco. A 143-seat underground cinema in San Francisco, owned and operated by VIZ Pictures. Equipped with a cutting-edge HD digital projection and THX-certified sound system, VIZ Cinema's programming focuses on the latest and hottest films from Japan, as well as an incredible legacy of classics, favorites, documentaries and anime - making it the only venue of its kind in the United States.
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