FILM CRAWL ON CORTLAND 9/7/2018

Six simultaneous screenings 

Friday, September 7

Cortland Avenue
Bonview to Anderson

Six different programs screened simultaneously at 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm unless otherwise noted.

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AVEDANO’S MEATS HOLLY PARK MARKET
THE UDDER ROOM
235 Cortland Avenue

7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm Films

Co-presented with
 

 

 

DONA FUNFIA
Margarida Madeira
Animation        2:00
Mrs. Fúnfia wore a skirt her entire life. One day she decided to try a pair of trousers…

 


COWGIRL UP
Nathan Willis
Documentary        5:00
Labrelah Hutchins, barrel racer and cowgirl from Mississippi pursues a lifelong dream to be the first African-American woman in the National Finals Rodeo.


RUN4ALLWOMEN
Jeffrey Restrepo
Documentary      17:00
Four women proved the power of running as a vehicle for social change.

 


JOHANNA UNDER THE ICE
Ian Derry
Documentary       4:00

Finnish freediver Johanna Nordblad holds the world record for a 50-meter dive under ice, after finding the sport during recovery from a downhill biking accident that almost took her leg.

 

MOTHERED BY MOUNTAINS
Renan Ozturk, Ben Ayers, Patrick McDaniel
Documentary       16:00
Pasang Lhamu Sherpa Akita, Nepal’s leading female mountain guide, has been on top of the tallest peaks on Earth. When she teams up to make a first ascent with an unlikely partner – local punk-rock icon, Sareena Rai – they both find that the paths to the greatest summits lie within.

BERNAL STAR
410 Cortland Avenue

8:00 and 9:00 pm Films
(NOTE: no screening at 7:00 pm)

Co-presented with

 

 

FUTBOLITAS 4 LIFE
Jun Stinson
Documentary     40:00
Futbolistas 4 Life takes you into the lives of two Oakland high schoolers: One is a college hopeful and DACA applicant who’s navigating the reality of his immigration status, and the other is an American citizen who lives in fear that her undocumented parents may be deported. These youths take solace in the game of soccer that lets them, if only for a moment, put their worries on the sidelines.

KINGMOND YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY
416 Cortland Avenue

7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm Films

Co-presented with

 

 

Living
Marcellus Cox
Drama     13:35
An award-winning drama about an Angel’s descent from Heaven to Brooklyn looking to clear the air by finding common ground to address an important key of life between law enforcement and minorities.

Who Am I
Cindy Mbae

Documentary     30:00
Working with two primary schools in Nairobi and Mombasa, directors Wanuri Kahiu and Nick Reding intimately explore issues surrounding national identity. Using games and interviews the filmmakers ask 8-11 year olds what they understand about discrimination, tribe and religion. Inspired by Jane Elliot’s “Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes” experiment, the film delicately picks at the religious and tribal tensions that exist in Kenya.

BERNAL LIBRARY
500 Cortland Avenue

7:00 and 8:00 pm Films
(NOTE: no screening at 9 pm)

7:00 FILMS

 

WANDERING SPACES
Ana Arcioni
Experimental      4:00
An exploration of the non-narrative form of collage.

 

BETWEEN US TWO
Wei Keong Tan
Narrative Animation     5:00
A gay son talks to his dead mother.

 

VELO VISIONARIES: GABE DOMINGUEZ
Kristin Tieche
Documentary      11:00
Talk/ride with bandleader for “Shake Your Peace” and co-founder of the Bicycle Music Festival

 

BRIDGEGATE
Emiko Omori
Documentary/Music Video     11:00
Some remains of the Bay Bridge find a new home in Joshua Tree at the hands of a group of artists.

 

 

THE INJURIES OF TIM DALE
H.W. Moss
Dramatic Narrative      14:00
The narrator recounts an incident he committed as a child against another child for which he seeks forgiveness.

 

 

8:00 FILMS — Emerging Artists

THE THIRSTY ARTIST
Hailey Malaika       

Comedy       2:00
Is the artist thirsty for art, or something else? NOTE: content includes partial nudity and sexually suggestive material


THE AFTERMATH

Nicholas Vik and Jared Ford     
Suspense      3:00
A man relives a traumatic event.

 


A CANDYGRAM

Ismael Fofana     
Comedy/Experimental     2:00
Knowing the perils of sugar, why do we still sneak a piece?

 


OF MOUSE AND MAN

Kylie Villavincencio     
Narrative       5:00
A man discovers the power of his art.

 


FLARE OUT

Monica Menor   
Narrative      6:00
A teenage girl’s obsession with fire and unrequited affection for a fellow student.


DANCE WITH ME
Isaac Karliner-Li    
Narrative     5:00
Age is no barrier to romance.

 

BERNAL HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER
515 Cortland Avenue

7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm Films

Co-presented with

 

 

IN THE END WHAT’S OUR DIFFERENCES?
Documentary       8:00
Collaborating with youths from the Community Safety Initiative, San Francisco young people get to know their local law enforcement and find out what barriers prevent good communication with officers.

CHOP SHOP: A COMMUNITY LAW ENFORCEMENT CONVERSATION
Sophie Constantinou
Documentary      23:00
A coalition of organizations, enterprises, city agencies and community partners created this documentary to facilitate and capture constructive dialogue between San Francisco residents of color and law enforcement agencies.

INCLUSIONS GALLERY
627 Cortland Avenue

7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 pm Films

Co-presented with

This special program curated for Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema highlights work from the San Francisco Dance Film Festival’s Co-Laboratory filmmaking project. The Co-Laboratory brings together local professional filmmakers and local professional choreographers to produce new five-minute works. This program is a compilation of work produced over the last five years of the festival.


FROM THE BEGINNING (2013)       5:00

Chris Mason Johnson and
KT Nelson

A playful romp through the forest.

 


BARN DANCE (2013)     4:00

Kris Samuelson, John Haptas,
Amy Seiwert

A pas de deux bathed in sunlight through a decaying barn.

 

RESTLESS  (2014)     4:00
RJ Muna and Julia Adam
A dark and dreamlike treetop ballet.

 

 

AM / FM  (2014)     5:00
Morgan Wise and Robert Moses
A couple’s flirtatious rivalry on the road in a vintage convertible.

 


MAD SCENE 2.0  (2015)     5:00

Mark Kohr and Christopher Stowell
Office workers are transported into another dimension.

 

 


IN THE SPACE BETWEEN (2016)     6:00

Hervé Cohen and Deborah Slater
Two strangers meet on a subway and embark on a journey, real or imagined.

 

THE WIND TELEPHONE (2016)     6:00
Joe Stillwater and Nicole Klaymoon
A child’s imagination brings strange new friends.

 


BATTLE (2017)     4:00

Shelley Lewis and RAWdance
Dancers engage in a duel of escalating weaponry that turns dark and humorous.

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