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Hotel Salvation

Hotel Salvation

In Shubhashish Bhutiani’s winning debut feature, 77-year-old Dayanand sees his coming death in a dream and insists that his business-minded son take him to a hotel in the holy city of Varanasi. This run-down place is administered by a curmudgeon w...

India | 99

Everything Else

Everything Else

Academy Award-nominee Adriana Barraza (Babel, 2006) gives a masterfully controlled performance as Doña Flor, a solitary bureaucrat whose lifelong service in a government office has left her markedly unsympathetic towards her clients. Shot with an ...

Mexico/USA/France | 98

El Mar La Mar

El Mar La Mar

“You don’t get lost because you can’t see, you get lost because you don’t know where you are.” Weaving breathtaking 16mm footage of land and sky of the Sonoran Desert and eerie off-camera interviews, filmmakers Joshua Bonnetta and J.P. Sniadecki (...

USA | 94

The Long Excuse

The Long Excuse

Tender and funny, Miwa Nishikawa’s new film, adapting her popular novel, tackles grief through a comedic lens. When the wife of a popular writer dies unexpectedly, he bonds with another man who lost his beloved spouse in the same accident. By spen...

Japan | 124

The Cage Fighter

The Cage Fighter

With the emotional force and power of a Bruce Springsteen song, Jeff Unay’s cinema vérité portrait of Joe Carman packs an emotional wallop. A family man who has promised not to return to competitive mixed martial arts fighting, the dangerous sport...

USA | 82

People You May Know

People You May Know

Jed is a work-from-home photo editor who has never been on social media until he meets a young woman who approaches him with an experiment: allow her to brand him and make him into someone that everyone wants to know. In Sherwin Shilati’s timely d...

USA | 91

Xiu Xiu: The Sent-Down Girl (20th Anniversary Scr...

Xiu Xiu: The Sent-Down Girl (20th Anniversary Screening)

An astonishingly confident directorial debut from San Francisco-based actress Joan Chen (The Last Emperor), Xiu Xiu is a heartbreaking coming-of-age melodrama set during the later stages of the Cultural Revolution. Coaxing gorgeously refined perfo...

USA/Hong Kong/Taiwan | 99

The House of Tomorrow

The House of Tomorrow

When a sheltered teen named Sebastian meets an aspiring punk rocker and falls for the boy’s older sister, the stage is set for a cheerful and energetic comedy that tackles matters of friendship, young love, and musical dreams with equal aplomb. El...

USA | 85

Leaning Into the Wind – Andy Goldsworthy

Leaning Into the Wind – Andy Goldsworthy

Thomas Riedelsheimer’s landmark Rivers and Tides (Festival 2002) inventively documented artist Andy Goldsworthy as he created his wondrously ephemeral site-specific sculptures, spun from nature. Fifteen years later, Goldsworthy is still appealingl...

UK | 92

Infinity Baby

Infinity Baby

Although they’re the result of a scientific experiment gone awry, the infants that fail to age in Bob Byington’s provocative new comedy seem to fit seamlessly into a modern world of adults in perpetual emotional adolescence. Shot in crisp black an...

USA | 75

Muhi – Generally Temporary

Muhi – Generally Temporary

Muhi, a cherubic Palestinian toddler with a life-threatening immune disorder, was transported to an Israeli hospital as a baby for emergency treatment. He and his devoted grandfather have lived there ever since, stuck in a bizarre no man’s land, w...

Israel, Germany | 87

Marie Curie. The Courage of Knowledge

Marie Curie. The Courage of Knowledge

An engaging portrait of the turbulent life of one of history’s most celebrated scientists, Marie Noëlle’s stellar drama depicts the challenges and condescending societal attitudes faced by a woman in a male-dominated field. Noëlle gained access to...

Germany/France/Poland | 95

The Cinema Travellers

The Cinema Travellers

A moving homage to the bygone era of celluloid, The Cinema Travellers captures the splendor of the moving image through India’s traveling movie caravans. Shot over five years, this intimate documentary takes the viewer on a cinematic journey joini...

India | 96

Beach Rats

Beach Rats

A sinister, moody exploration of sexual identity, Eliza Hittman’s follow-up to her feature debut It Felt Like Love (2013) sensuously balances two different but connected worlds in a young man’s life. Strikingly handsome Frankie (sensational newcom...

USA | 95

At Rush!

The Cinema Travellers

The Cinema Travellers

A moving homage to the bygone era of celluloid, The Cinema Travellers captures the splendor of the moving image through India’s traveling movie caravans. Shot over five years, this intimate documentary takes the viewer on a cinematic journey joini...

India | 96

George Gund III Craft of Cinema Award: Eleanor Co...

George Gund III Craft of Cinema Award: Eleanor Coppola: Paris Can Wait

Eleanor Coppola is an American filmmaker, artist, writer, and Emmy award-winner for her film Heart of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse (1991). After nearly 30 years in the business, she has turned her skills to narrative filmmaking with her late...

USA | 92

Score: A Film Music Documentary

Score: A Film Music Documentary

It’s such a given that it is almost elemental: motion pictures and musical accompaniment complete each other. This comprehensive and relentlessly fascinating documentary traces the history of film scores, from the flame-thrower guitars of Mad Max:...

USA | 93

The Hero

The Hero

Sam Elliott brings the full force of his silvery, sexy charm to this bittersweet portrait of an aging cowboy star. With his career mostly in the past, worrisome health issues, and fraught relationships, Lee Hayden is only too aware of the the gulf...

USA | 96

Mad World

Mad World

Without sanctifying or vilifying its protagonist, Wong Chun’s first feature movingly tells the story of one man afflicted with bipolar disorder. Once a successful stockbroker, Tung (Shawn Yue) is released from a sanatorium and moves into a cramped...

Hong Kong | 101

A Tribute to Gordon Gund: The Illumination

A Tribute to Gordon Gund: The Illumination

When Gordon Gund went blind in 1970 at age 30 due to retinitis pigmentosa, he resolved to find a cure for the disease and created the Foundation Fighting Blindness. After decades of scientific research, a major breakthrough emerged, and this short...

USA | 20

The House of Tomorrow

The House of Tomorrow

When a sheltered teen named Sebastian meets an aspiring punk rocker and falls for the boy’s older sister, the stage is set for a cheerful and energetic comedy that tackles matters of friendship, young love, and musical dreams with equal aplomb. El...

USA | 85

The Cage Fighter

The Cage Fighter

With the emotional force and power of a Bruce Springsteen song, Jeff Unay’s cinema vérité portrait of Joe Carman packs an emotional wallop. A family man who has promised not to return to competitive mixed martial arts fighting, the dangerous sport...

USA | 82

A Tribute to James Ivory: Maurice

A Tribute to James Ivory: Maurice

Born in Berkeley, James Ivory is beloved by cinephiles the world over for the films he directed under the Merchant Ivory Productions banner. His association with Ismail Merchant lasted 44 years and through more than 25 films, earning a place in th...

UK | 140

Brimstone & Glory

Brimstone & Glory

Burning Man has nothing on Tultepec’s charging toritos and exploding castillos. Mexico’s weeklong National Pyrotechnic Festival is sheer unbridled madness. Scars that tourists take away from fireworks-exploding bulls and towering infernos are earn...

USA | 67

The Challenge

The Challenge

Italian artist Yuri Ancarani melds his luminous cinematic vision with the ancient sport of Arab falconry in The Challenge, an evocative and visually dazzling portrait of a celebrated hunting competition set in the coastal deserts of Qatar. Modern ...

France/Italy | 70

The Cinema Travellers

The Cinema Travellers

A moving homage to the bygone era of celluloid, The Cinema Travellers captures the splendor of the moving image through India’s traveling movie caravans. Shot over five years, this intimate documentary takes the viewer on a cinematic journey joini...

India | 96

Donkeyote

Donkeyote

A Spanish man’s quest to defy barriers and borders in search of the American West by planning a journey on the Trail of Tears with his donkey by his side is its own quixotic trail of laughter and tears. The understanding between man and animal has...

Spain/Germany/UK | 86

At Rush!

Canyon Cinema 50: Guy Maddin Presents The Great B...

Canyon Cinema 50: Guy Maddin Presents The Great Blondino and Other Delights

The purveyor of some of the most hallucinatory experiments in modern cinema, Guy Maddin turns his eye for the delectably idiosyncratic to the collection of Canyon Cinema. In conjunction with Canyon Cinema 50, a year-long celebration of the organiz...

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Two or Three Things That Frighten Me in Vertigo: ...

Two or Three Things That Frighten Me in Vertigo: David Thomson Master Class

Vertigo is a fear of losing our balance. But if we’re so wary, why do we long to fall into the consuming intrigue of films like Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo? If we’re anxious about falling, why do we treasure the intimidating steepness of our city? ...

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The Ornithologist

The Ornithologist

When a strapping young ornithologist becomes stranded in the wilderness, his increasingly bizarre ordeals are by turns comic, sexy, surreal, mystic, and mystifying. This metaphysical (but also very physical) adventure by Portugal’s most idiosyncra...

Portugal/France/Brazil | 118

Sieranevada

Sieranevada

A movie about big themes set in a small space, Cristi Puiu’s (The Death of Mr. Lazarescu) latest masterpiece takes place primarily in a three-bedroom flat where various and numerous relations wait (and wait) for the local priest to deliver last ri...

Romania | 173

Member Screening: Stronger

Member Screening: Stronger

Stronger is the inspiring true story of Jeff Bauman, an ordinary man who captured the hearts of his city and the world to become a symbol of hope following the infamous 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

USA | 119 min.

At Rush!

The Rider

The Rider

After suffering a life-threatening head injury, rodeo competitor Brady Blackburn is told never to ride again.

USA | 104

The Price of Everything

The Price of Everything

A major Sotheby's auction is the focal point for this broad exploration of the exploding market in modern art.

USA | 98

CIVILIZATIONS: How Do We Look? (Episode 2)

CIVILIZATIONS: How Do We Look? (Episode 2)

Inspired by Kenneth Clark’s landmark 1969 Western art series, Civilization, this new forthcoming powerhouse series co-produced by PBS and BBC is a new, nine-part epic that tells the story of the role art and the creative imagination have played in...

UK | 60

POV Award: Nathaniel Dorsky

POV Award: Nathaniel Dorsky

The last months of a San Francisco drought year (2015) brought about Autumn (2016), while The Dreamer (2016) was born out of San Francisco spring.

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Generation Wealth

Generation Wealth

As a visual artist and filmmaker, Lauren Greenfield (The Queen of Versailles, Festival 2012) has obsessively documented the ultra-wealthy and the gulf between their extravagant lives and their fundamental dissatisfaction as human beings for over 2...

USA | 107

Half the Picture

Half the Picture

Amy Adrion's necessary documentary interviews scores of women in Hollywood, including Miranda July, Ava DuVernay, and Penelope Spheeris, to address the industry's woeful record of promoting, sustaining, and advocating for female filmmakers.

USA | 94

The Third Murder

The Third Murder

Master director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest film is a tour-de-force examination of guilt and justice.

Japan | 125

The Rider

The Rider

After suffering a life-threatening head injury, rodeo competitor Brady Blackburn is told never to ride again.

USA | 104

A Man of Integrity

A Man of Integrity

Power struggles and moral compromises feed an escalating conflict when an uncompromising fish farmer clashes with his neighbor and a powerful company that has its sights set on his land.

Iran | 118

Mercury 13

Mercury 13

When Dr. Sally Ride lifted off in the Challenger, the first American woman in space was riding on the shoulders of a group of pioneering women whose little-known story finally gets its due in this passionate and rousing documentary.

USA | 100

The Human Element

The Human Element

American photographer James Balog has been tracking human-caused changes to our planet for over 35 years.

USA | 80

Loveling

Loveling

Irene, the mother of four boys, is thrown onto an emotional quandary when her eldest son, an expert athlete, is recruited to play for a German handball team.

Brazil/Uruguay | 98

The Workshop

The Workshop

On France's Mediterranean coast, a workshop led by Olivia (Marina Foïs), an author of popular thrillers, gathers six local students of varying backgrounds to communally craft a book suggested by their personal experiences.

France | 114

Claire’s Camera

Claire’s Camera

In Hong's effervescent new work, a trio of Koreans in Cannes for the film festival circle around one another and a camera-toting tourist from Paris, played by Isabelle Huppert.

France/South Korea | 69

Chef Flynn

Chef Flynn

From the age of 12, Flynn McGarry has pursued his dream to be a chef, from preparing exclusive at-home dinners to apprenticing with top chefs in Manhattan.

USA | 83

Cold Water

Cold Water

French teens in the early '70s were coming out of a particularly turbulent period of civil unrest when thousands of students and workers took to the Paris streets.

France | 92

Wrestle

Wrestle

Jamario, Jaquon, Jailen, and Teague are teammates on the J.O. Johnson High School wrestling team in Huntsville, Alabama.

USA | 96

Un Traductor

Un Traductor

Bringing to light a little-known piece of Cuban history, this moving and understated medical drama set in 1989 tells the story of a Russian teacher in Havana drafted to serve as a translator for children brought from Chernobyl for medical treatment.

Canada/Cuba | 108

Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

“Everything’s different now,” says teenager Tom (Thomas McKenzie, a revelation) to her dad Will (Ben Foster) after they are forcibly removed from the Oregon state park where they’ve been living and are pressured to live more conventionally.

USA | 108

American Animals

American Animals

Four friends hatch a plan to steal several rare books from Transylvania University, Kentucky, in 2004, but as history will tell you, things didn’t go according to plan.

USA | 116

Louise Lecavalier – In Motion

Louise Lecavalier – In Motion

Pathbreaking and playful, Louise Lecavalier revolutionized the art of dance in the 1980s working with Montreal's Édouard Lock and the La La La Human Steps troupe, followed by a stint with David Bowie, and is now a world-renowned choreographer.

Canada | 103

Support the Girls

Support the Girls

Lisa (Regina Hall) doesn’t love her job, but she loves her "girls" — the staff that she manages at Double Whammies, a Hooters-like establishment — and would do anything to take care of them.

USA | 94

Support the Girls

Support the Girls

Lisa (Regina Hall) doesn’t love her job, but she loves her "girls" — the staff that she manages at Double Whammies, a Hooters-like establishment — and would do anything to take care of them.

USA | 94

Wajib

Wajib

In Jacir's charming and poignant new film, a father and son (played by real-life father-and-son Mohammad and Saleh Bakri) deliver wedding invitations over the course of an afternoon while personal and political tensions simmer in the background.

Palestine/France/Germany/Colombia/Norway/Qatar/UAE | 97

A Boy, A Girl, A Dream.

A Boy, A Girl, A Dream.

Stylish and impassioned, Qasim Basir's third feature expresses the vitality of being true to oneself in the face of a politically challenging new era.

USA | 89

Mel Novikoff Award: Annette Insdorf: To Be or Not...

Mel Novikoff Award: Annette Insdorf: To Be or Not To Be

The Nazi blitzkrieg of Warsaw provides the backdrop for the exploits of a band of Polish actors that never stops “performing”—whether to the thunder of applause or bombs.

USA | 150

Shirkers

Shirkers

"When I was 18, I had so many ideas," reflects Sandi Tan in this buoyant personal documentary.

USA | 96

Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable

Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable

Garry Winogrand may be the foremost chronicler of post-World War II America. His photographs — from the streets of New York to the expanses of Texas and the heart of Hollywood — provide a rich and complex portrait of a nation in transition.

USA | 90

The Next Guardian

The Next Guardian

In the Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan, teenage siblings Gyembo and Tashi share a passion for soccer, Facebook, and girls. Gyembo enjoys reading classmates’ Facebook posts while Tashi turns heads with her confident, boyish demeanor.

Hungary/Netherlands | 74

Trying on The Crown: David Thomson Master Class

Trying on The Crown: David Thomson Master Class

Legendary film scholar David Thomson returns to SFFILM Festival with his unique take on film and popular culture.

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Hale County This Morning, This Evening

Hale County This Morning, This Evening

"I already had my troubles for today, so I can't worry about tomorrow," states Daniel, one of the protagonists in award-winning photographer RaMell Ross's inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people.

USA | 77

Doc Star Keynote Conversation: Lisa Nishimura

Doc Star Keynote Conversation: Lisa Nishimura

In an entertaining and informative Keynote, Netflix’s Vice President of Documentary and Comedy Programming Lisa Nishimura will discuss her thoughts on the current state of non-fiction filmmaking.

TRT 60

Giving Birth in America: California

Giving Birth in America: California

Giving Birth in America is a documentary series that examines some of the reasons for the alarming current statistics about maternal mortality rates in the US.

USA | 18

New York Times Op-Docs

New York Times Op-Docs

The fourth edition of our annual exploration of the year’s best short documentaries from the New York Times’ award-winning series again shows the strength and versatility of the non-fiction form.

TRT 80

The Truth About Killer Robots

The Truth About Killer Robots

This timely exploration of our increasingly mechanized world is a kaleidoscopic look at the automatically operating machines that are changing our daily lives in ways that run the gamut from intriguing to deadly.

USA | 82

Doc Shorts

Doc Shorts

Whether navigating a transition from North Korea to the UK, a release from prison, or a trip to the beach, the people documented in these non-fiction shorts are each in their different way adjusting to the changing world in which they find themsel...

TRT 70

Ghost Fleet

Ghost Fleet

The plight of fishermen enslaved on vessels in Southeast Asian waters is movingly documented in Shannon Service and Jeffrey Waldon's Ghost Fleet.

USA | 88

General Magic

General Magic

A portrait of Silicon Valley’s most important failed startup, General Magic details the rise and fall of the groundbreaking company that envisioned the first smartphone, as well as e-commerce and emojis, years before any of them became ubiquitous.

USA | 93

Of Fathers and Sons

Of Fathers and Sons

Posing as a photojournalist who supports jihad, director Talal Derki takes extraordinary risks and gains vivid access to the family and life of 45-year-old Abu Osama, one of the founders of Al-Nusra, the Syrian arm of Al-Qaeda.

Germany/Syria/Lebanon | 99

Filmmakers in Conversation: Relationship and Repr...

Filmmakers in Conversation: Relationship and Representation

Join the creators of some of 2018’s most remarkable films to explore several key questions facing non-fiction storytellers. Participants include Rashida Jones and Alan Hicks (Quincy), Bing Liu (Minding the Gap), RaMell Ross (Hale County This Morni...

TRT 75

United Skates

United Skates

Eight wheels and a roller rink hold special significance in the African American community, as the act of roller skating provides a meaningful, vibrant, and safe way for people to express themselves.

USA | 90

Laura Linney: Tribute + “The Savages”

Laura Linney: Tribute + “The Savages”

Family ties have rarely been so fraught as they are in Tamara Jenkins' acerbic and beautifully acted film. Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman are riveting as Wendy and Jon Savage, siblings who have been irrevocably damaged by their abusi...

USA | Fiction Feature | 113

Guest Expected

Nothing Fancy: Diana Kennedy

Nothing Fancy: Diana Kennedy

Reflecting on her life’s work as one of the globe’s authorities on Mexican cuisine, 95-year-old Diana Kennedy says, “Always get a recipe.” Whether hosting cooking classes in her Michoacan home (“If anyone says they don’t like cilantro, please...

USA | Documentary | 68

Premature

Premature

The tender, heartbreaking, and complicated nature of young love is delicately and sensually captured in Rashaad Ernesto Green’s (Gun Hill Road) latest film. Ayanna is a talented poet spending her final summer in Harlem before leaving for coll...

USA | Fiction Feature | 89

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

Renowned environmental artist Christo is trying to execute the project “The Floating Piers” that he and his late wife, Jeanne-Claude, started together in the 1970s. Lake Iseo, Italy, is to be the site of a three-kilometer floating walkway, co...

Italy | Documentary | 100

Madeline Anderson: POV Award + Short Films

Madeline Anderson: POV Award + Short Films

The Golden Gate Persistence of Vision Award honors a filmmaker whose main body of work falls outside the realm of narrative feature filmmaking. Madeline Anderson is a documentary filmmaker —a producer, director, and editor—whose career has be...

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Guest Expected

First Night Nerves

First Night Nerves

At Rush!

Minute Bodies: The Intimate Lives of F. Percy Smith

Minute Bodies: The Intimate Lives of F. Percy Smith

American Factory

American Factory

Working-class anxiety about global trade – perhaps the dominant political anxiety of our time – gets a sophisticated and intimate treatment in master documentarians Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert’s newest film. Chinese company Fuyao, a manu...

Documentary | 110

In My Room

In My Room

Midnight Family

Midnight Family

The Great American Lie

The Great American Lie

The “American Dream” – a concept that grows ever more politically charged – is examined and critiqued in Jennifer Siebel Newsom’s (Miss Representation, Festival 2011; The Mask You Live In, 2015) gripping third film. She weaves interviews with...

USA | Documentary | 88

At Rush!

The Beast in the Jungle

The Beast in the Jungle

This unique film combines rich cinematography, breathtaking landscapes, and arresting moments of contemporary dance to explore the inner worlds of two star-crossed lovers in a ravishing adaptation of a Henry James short story. Accomplished da...

Netherlands | Fiction Feature | 87

American Factory

American Factory

Midnight Traveler

Midnight Traveler

When the Taliban forces filmmakers and married couple Hassan Fazili and Fatima Hussaini to flee Afghanistan with their two daughters, they begin filming their time on the road, which includes running across borders, sleeping on roadsides, int...

USA | Documentary | 87

Supported by SFFILM

Tehran: City of Love

Tehran: City of Love

Always in Season

Always in Season

Juxtaposing an investigation of the recent mysterious death of teenager Lennon Lacy, found hanging from a swing set in North Carolina, against the little-known ritual of present-day lynching reenactments, first-time feature director Jacquelin...

USA | Documentary | 89

Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall

Show Me the Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall

Iconic images of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and just about every legendary music act of the 1960s and '70s defined the career of San Francisco photographer Jim Marshall. Behind the scenes, a pugnacious personality and appetites for drugs and...

USA | Documentary | 92

Hala

Hala

Skateboarder and academic achiever, Hala, is a blossoming teen who doesn’t have many close relationships, other than with her father. When chemistry with her classmate Jesse (Jack Kilmer, Palo Alto, Festival 2014) sparks sexual desires, her s...

USA | Fiction Feature | 94

Midnight Cowboy: 50th Anniversary Screening

Midnight Cowboy: 50th Anniversary Screening

The streets of New York have rarely looked as gritty as in this evocative, still provocative drama in which a naïve Texan (Jon Voight) seeking his fortune as a hustler strikes up a surprising friendship with a seedy conman (Dustin Hoffman). N...

USA | Fiction Feature | 113

Claude Jarman, Jr.: George Gund III Award + "Intr...

Claude Jarman, Jr.: George Gund III Award + "Intruder in the Dust"

Crafted by six-time Oscar nominee Clarence Brown, this classic story of racial injustice, adapted from William Faulkner’s novel, is also a suspenseful murder mystery and a complex morality tale of the Deep South. Black farmer Lucas is assumed...

Fiction Feature | 87

Halston

Halston

Not only was Halston among the most influential figures to appear in American fashion, he also helped define a Golden Age of hedonistic alternative culture alongside Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli, and the denizens of Studio 54. This fascinating ...

USA | Documentary | 120

At Rush!

David Thomson Master Class: Thinking About Cary G...

David Thomson Master Class: Thinking About Cary Grant

He retired in 1966 and never came back. Yet, he is the star we still think about because … he was so funny, yet so dark sometimes; so straight … yet enigmatic; so Cary Grant, yet so Archie Leach (his real name, born in Bristol, England). Davi...

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Talk

Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements

Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements

Radioactive

Radioactive

Working from Lauren Redniss’s account of Marie and Pierre Curie’s lives, Marjane Satrapi (Persepolis) embraces the spirit of experimentation, employing occasional animation and fanciful flourishes along with a unique, time-telescoping approach. Th...

UK | Fiction | 103

Agnes Gund: George Gund III Award + “Aggie&...

Agnes Gund: George Gund III Award + “Aggie”

Agnes Gund is an American philanthropist, collector of contemporary art, and a renowned advocate for arts education and social justice. SFFILM salutes her for her commitment to the arts with a moderated conversation and screening of Aggie.

USA | Documentary | 91

Sing Me a Song

Sing Me a Song

France | Documentary | 99

House of Cardin

House of Cardin

Before the phrase “early adopter” existed, Pierre Cardin was one: The first designer of haute couture to make ready-to-wear for the masses, a pioneer of hiring models of color and in expanding his brand far beyond fashion. This engagin...

France | Documentary | 97

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