For its May 4 centerpiece, the festival screens Jacob Kornbluth’s “Inequality for All,” a documentary featuring Robert Reich on social justice and economics that nabbed the Special Jury Award at Sundance earlier this year. (Indiewire review with the filmmaker here.)
SF International concludes with another film hailing from Sundance, Richard Linklater’s much-celebrated “Before Midnight,” the third entry in the director’s trilogy chronicling the romance between Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy). (TOH’s review here.)
The Film Society has set Steven Soderbergh to deliver its annual State of Cinema Address. More titles featured in the festival will be announced soon.