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The SF State of Cinema: Shorts from SFSU Alumni

Sunday, November 24, 2013
12:00pm
Still photo from Max Sylvester's film Stag
This program of short films made by Cinema alumni begins to scratch the surface of the great work--and great artists--fostered amidst the fog at the end of 19th Avenue. Part of the San Francisco Film Society's Cinema by the Bay festival. $10-$14.
Directions: 
Roxie Theater, 3117 16th Street, San Francisco

Dating back nearly half a century, the Cinema Department at San Francisco State University is an enduring educational institution that has played a critical role in defining both the history and the future of cinema in the Bay Area. Founded in the 1960s during a time of great political activism and artistic experimentation, the SF State film program has spawned several generations of filmmakers—undergrads and grad students alike—who form the very backbone of the local film community, as nationally renowned filmmakers, curators and professors.

Program

  • Scott Castle: Veteran Documentary Corps Profile by Silvia Turchin (2012)
  • Mothertongue by Irina Leimbacher (1991)
  • The Life of a Dog by Remy McCauley (2012)
  • Fu De (The Brush) by Charlie Correia (2010)
  • Hotel City by Phoebe Tooke (2003)
  • Stag by Max Sylvester (2013)
  • Mothersbane by Jason Jakaitas (2010)
  • OffOn by Scott Bartlett (1967)
  • Tu Pirata Soy Yo by Guillermo Alejandro Vasquez (2008)
  • Pump by Sinisa Kukic (2006)

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