2017 SF Urban Film Festival: Screenings & Seminars | SF
The SF Urban Film Fest (SFUFF) is a unique film festival that focuses on cities and civic engagement inspired by great storytelling. The festival believes compelling stories can help shape urbanist ideas, practice, and project implementation.
SFUFF is organized by urban planners and screens films in tandem with panels and workshops.
2017 Free Events:
- Monday, November 13th – Urban Mobility and Empowerment
12:30 pm – Google Community Space
How does design empower city dwellers to switch between different mobility solutions from walking, riding transit, driving a car, or riding a bike. Why is it important? Film screening followed by panel discussion.
- Thursday, November 16th – Canary in the Coal Mine: Artists in the City
12:30 pm – SPUR
- Friday, November 17th – “Arc of Justice” and James Baldwin’s “Take This Hammer”: Connecting Civil Rights to Place
6:00 pm – SPUR
- 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Film Screening
- 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Panel Discussion and Audience Q & A
Submitted by Lorie