A four-hour documentary series exploring our socio-economic and racial inequities in health. Airing four consecutive Thursdays at 10:00pm, March 27 to April 17, 2008.
At the conclusion of the screenings in San Jose that ran March 21 – 23, the winners of the Comcast Audience Awards were announced.
Starting on March 24th until April 3rd, 4 shorts and 1 feature length documentary from the 26th SFIAAFF will be up LIVE and FREE on Jaman.
Join us for an intimate conversation at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library in San José, as three of the highlighted directors at this year’s SFIAAFF discuss the art and craft of independent filmmaking.
The 26th SFIAAFF is proud to announce its 2008 award winners in the categories of Best Narrative Feature and Best Documentary Feature.
SFIAAFF is proud to present for the eighth year, the Festival in San Jose. Running from March 21-23 the Festival will screen 17 dynamic and exiting works at the Camera 12 Cinemas.
The full 26th SFIAAFF program is now available online! For tickets and more information CLICK HERE.
SPOTTED: A green t-shirt clad volunteer usher who I’ll dub “Madame Castro” who so kindly found me a seat on Opening Night. Little did I know, but ushering is a disguise for her unofficial job as designated matchmaker for all the eligible singles at SFIAAFF.
A GENTLE BREEZE IN THE VILLAGE was the most warm, pleasant two hours I could have ever asked for. I do have to say it “Turrelled” me, but in the most welcome way possible. It Turrelled my heart.
If world journey is a theme of the festival, time travel was the motif of this weekend at the SFIAAFF.