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2018 SF Urban Film Festival: Warm Souls, Cold World | SF

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Friday, November 16, 2018 - 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
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City Hope SF | 45 Olive Street, San Francisco, CA

2018 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.

2018 SF Urban Film Fest (SFUFF)
November 11-18, 2018
All Over San Francisco
Cost: Some events are free, but an RSVP is required for each.

The “City That Holds Us” theme inspires the 5th annual week-long SF Urban Film Fest, November 11-18, 2018.

The city holds us because its inhabitants contribute to its well being as much as the city takes care of us. It holds us by providing outlets for artistic expression, a stage for organizing political movements, places to build community through team sports, and inspiration for stories of human resilience.

Join in shifting the paradigm to nurture the city and everyone at SFUFF 2018 where film screenings and panel discussion events will be featured such as “Public Space for Protest” at the Roxie Theater and “Art as Political Currency” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

> View Full 2018 Schedule

Be sure to bring your bus fare as our journey will begin with “Hotel 22”, a short film about bus line 22, a frequent destination for the homeless population of Silicon Valley.

The “Snow Mountain” film tells the story of a mother and her son dreaming of a better life while they spend the night “camping”. Told from the point of view of a child, and shot with a handycam,

“Crisanto Street” provides a hopeful look into the joyful life of young Geovany and his family.

“Angel in the Alley” introduces us to the faithful presence of Albertino Garcia who overlooks and protects Olive alley.

inally, the “Viva House” film weaves a story of neighbors uniting to support each other. In a time when extremes of wealth and poverty, these films highlight the value of housing, home, and community.

Moderator: Fay Darmawi, Founder and Executive Producer, SF Urban Film Fest


  • Paul Trudeaux, Executive Director, City Hope SF
  • Jose Pritchett, Community Member, City Hope SF
  • Hamilton Henson, Director/Performer, “Angel in the Alley”
  • Ed Ntiri, Director, “Snow Mountain”
  • Winnie Wong, Producer, “Snow Mountain”

Free / RSVP

Cost: FREE*
*Free, but an RSVP is required. Doors Open at 6:30 pm.
Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Film Festivals, Lectures & Workshops, Movies, San Francisco
Address: 45 Olive Street, San Francisco, CA

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