Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 at 7:20 PM
The SF Immigrant Film Festival will be held on November 30 and December 3, at the City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus, and at Centro del Pueblo, on Valencia St.
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San Francisco, CA (November 24, 2011)
- The Second Annual San Francisco Immigrant Film Festival focused on issues surrounding immigration will be held on November 30 at the City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus, showcasing 8 videos and films from different countries trough a non-competitive event and with a free cover.
A couple of days later, on December 3rd will be the screening of four more movies during a fundraising for the San Francisco Day Labor Program at 474 Valencia Street, San Francisco, at 2 pm. For this event will be required a donation of $3 to $5.
The program for the City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus will be divided in three events, at 8:30 am will be screening the next movies:
'The Weeping Woman' (La llorona), 1’,11”, Nancy Ledesma, USA/Mexico 2010, Animated, SF Premier
'Undocumented Lives', 10’, 34”, Connie Nam, USA 2011, Doc, World Premier
'I Am Free', 10’,10”, Mauricio Osorio, USA 2011, Doc, World Premier
'Defender' (Defensora), 29’, Aitor de Miguel, Spain & Colombia 2011, Doc
10:30 am: 'Al-Madina' (The city), 14’, Gonzalo Ballester, Spain 2011, Doc, USA Premier
'The Beast' (La Bestia), 1 hr,17’, Pedro Ultreras, USA 2011, Doc, SF Premier
7 pm : 'Mimoune', 11’, Gonzalo Ballester, Spain 2006, Doc, West Coast Premiere
'The Invisibles' (Los invisibles), 24’, Marc Silver & Gael García Bernal, UK/Mexico/USA 2010, Doc.
The screening at 474 Valencia Street, Centro del Pueblo (Auditorium) will start at 2 pm with:
Mothers 15 Cents A Minute (Madres 0,15 el minuto), 28’, Marina Seresesky, Spain 2011, Doc , USA Premier
Mimoune, 11’, Gonzalo Ballester, Spain 2006, Doc, West Coast Premiere
The Invisibles (Los invisibles), 24’, Marc Silver & Gael García Bernal, UK/Mexico/USA 2010, Doc
In The Classroom Of Promises (En el salón de las promesas), 17’, Andres Rico/Mike Abela, USA 2009, Doc, SF Premier