Monday, February 8, 2010
All the events for the 3rd annual festival in San Francisco: March 4-7
Thursday, March 4th at Roxie Theater
8pm: Sold out!
10pm: Just added. Tickets now on sale.
The Big Night! The best of over 1,000 international submissions. The 8pm show is already sold out, but we have added a second screening at 10pm. Don't miss your chance to buy tickets for the 10pm screening $12
After party to follow immediately following at Dalva, sponsored by SFBG
Friday, March 5th at Artist Television Access [map]
BUTTONS, VOL. 2 is Red Bucket Films follow-up to their first feature length disposable film, which reveals the poetry that exists everywhere if you know where to look. $10
Saturday, March 6th at Artist Television Access [map]
Matinee screening will be followed by Q&A with the filmmakers. This extravaganza of film and live performance details Jim and Heinz's travels to the future, time spent with a giant robot named Zantrox, and what it would be like if the video game Monkey Ball was actually real life.
Matinee screening will be followed by Q&A with the filmmaker. Alex Itin, a New York-based filmmaker, writer, performance artist, and painter, was a favorite of DFF09. This program of short films shines features painstaking animation, video diaries, and dramatic literary adaptations. $6 each or both for $10
Sunday, March 7th at Artist Television Access [map]
Community Director at Vimeo.com, Blake Whitman watches a lot of videos, and so he knows a thing or two about what makes a good film. In this workshop, he'll go over everything from basic shooting techniques, editing styles, and instruct how to stitch photos together to create an animation (known around the interwebs as photomotion). Class starts at noon and breakfast is provided. Free!