OPENING NIGHT—South Slope Cinema
Friday, October 1, 2021
Alemany Market Plaza • 100 Alemany Blvd
7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Gates open at 6:00 pm
Entry by registration only.
Registration opens September 24. Mark your calendars!
Opening Night—South Slope Cinema finds us back at Alemany Market Plaza for a “pop-up drive-in” thanks to the wonderful folks at the Department of Real Estate.
It’s free admission, but capacity is limited; therefore, we must require resesrvations for each vehicle and entry is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Sound is broadcast via an FM station on your car or portable radio.
No entry to walk-ins or people on cycles.
A battle between a peculiar red apple and an oversized fire ant.
EMPEROR’S NEW CLOTHES
Mark West & Barbara Bayne
A parable for all times, Hans Christian Andersen’s cautionary tale is about a vain emperor who gets exposed before his subjects.
INTRODUCING COVID MOUTH
Covid Mouth technology allows people to lead normal lives during pandemic restrictions… just like before COVID… only better.
Visual Essay 1:39
Where are we, anyway?
ARTWorks, Part 1
Drea Cooper, Robert Rosenwasser,
Alonzo King, Lines Ballet, directs dancers in rehearsal at SFMOMA.
Entheogenic cultivator Niko Summers discusses how plant medicines and a lineage of herbalists have helped him throughout his life.
What is the impact of the pandemic lockdown on our inner essence, inside?
FIRE IN THE MOUNTAIN
Carrying their ancestors’ rituals on their backs and the places they lived in their bones, at times immigrants are called by Nature to return to their mythic selves.
Christopher Renfro is a young BIPOC entrepreneur, a vintner with a mission — growing grapes in San Francisco.
HARRY THE NIGHTGOWN –
Music video 4:14
In a narrative music video for Harry the Nightgown’s new single “The Painter,” the singer reflects on a past relationship.
CHANGE IS COMING
In the midst of the earth’s destruction, a new generation of activists fights the status quo to save the earth and their own future.
Artist Akemi Ina paints “Tsuru-isms” on giant origami tsuru — paper cranes symbolizing compassion, healing, peace and hope.
An artist discovers that she is not the only talented person in her home.
Facing an increase in terrifying attacks, the Asian American community begins to speak out, making sure that they are HEARD.
RUBBER TRAMPS RENDEZVOUS
IN THE DESERT
Bob Wells, the founder of the Rubber Tramps Rendezvous, goes into VanLife kicking and screaming, but comes out a believer in the nomad life.
A grieving father’s journey over a bridge goes awry after he picks up a homeless veteran.
MOM’S SECRET LIFE OF TRASHING
A 73-year-old mom explains why picking up trash on San Francisco’s Twin Peaks is much more than just another chore.