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Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free, but an RSVP is requested to reserve your seating.

Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center | 515 Cortland Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94110



Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema | 2017

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The annual Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema is a showcase of short films, a film crawl, live music and awards.

It’s your chance to check out the work of local filmmakers and musicians in parks, playgrounds and smaller venues around Bernal Heights, San Francisco.

14th Annual Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema
September 7-9, and 26, 2017
All around Bernal Heights, SF
FREE, but donations are gratefully accepted at the door at each event

Thursday, 9/7 – 2017 Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema: Opening Night
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

Friday, 9/8 – “Film Crawl on Cortland” 2017
Cortland Avenue, San Francisco

The Film Crawl sites present simultaneous, progressive screenings in six venues up and down the avenue. View the whole schedule.

Saturday, 9/9 – Under the Stars in Precita Park
Precita Park, San Francisco

Enjoy music and films as you picnic in the park.

Wednesday, September 27 – 2017 “Best of Bernal” Film Night
Barebottle Brewing Company

Encore screening of the 2017 season award-winning films — Best of Bernal, Spirit of Bernal and Good Life Audience Awards.

Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema presents “Agents of Change,” the story of the protests that shut down San Francisco State in the late 1960s.

Free, but an RSVP is requested to reserve your seating.

For this summer’s “Face to Face with the Filmmaker” screening, Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema has chosen “Agents of Change,” an award-winning documentary focusing on the student-led movement for black and ethnic studies programs at San Francisco State University in the late 1960s.

Using the experiences of the young men and women who led these actions, both at SFSU and at Cornell University, local filmmaker Abby Ginzburg examines the untold story of the racial conditions on college campuses that led to the protests.

In its 14th season, Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema celebrates its “Red Hill” roots and looks to films that invite openness and dialogue. “Agents of Change” offers a look at a trail-blazing moment that occurred nearly 50 years ago; it also provides a historical context for campus protests inspired more recently by the Black Lives Matter movement. An informal Q&A session with the filmmaker follows the screening.


Links: Event details

Cost: FREE*

*Free, but an RSVP is requested to reserve your seating.

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