Cinematic SF @ Buriel Clay Theater is one of a series of special presentations of APICC’s Cinematic SF film program. Showcasing the works of local filmmakers R.J. Lozada, Abhi Singh, Kevin Wong, and Jimmy Zhang from May 10-May 26, 2017, each screening will be held in a San Francisco community venue, with different performances and guest speakers.
The Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC) highlights the experiences of local San Francisco residents with their film program Cinematic SF. The screening at Buriel Clay theater (inside African American Arts & Culture Complex) brings special attention to documentary short “Gayle,” captures the daily experiences of an Tenderloin resident as she aspires to be a jazz musician and demonstrates the value of affordable SRO housing. The screening celebrates the works of local filmmakers and stories of local SF residents on film.
Cinematic SF @ Buriel Clay Theater on May 18 will feature the films of Cinematic SF, musical performance by Gayle Rosemund. Preceded by additional local shorts produced by Bay Area Video Coalition’s media students.
About Cinematic SF
The Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center presents this Special Presentation of Cinematic SF, a film program featuring the works of local API filmmakers documenting the stories of San Francisco’s diverse and invaluable residents. From the struggles of working artists to the daily goings-on of a vital community center, each film paints a unique portrait of the city’s underrepresented communities.
There will be 4 screenings of Cinematic SF at community venues throughout the city of San Francisco, with special appearances by the filmmakers, the films' subjects, and guest speakers and performers.
Other Cinematic SF Screenings
*Assisted Listening Devices and/or ASL interpreters will be accessible at each screening for those with hearing needs
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