San Francisco International Film Festival: The Women

by Melissa Silverstein
April 6, 2011 1:30 AM
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The San Francisco International Film Festival takes place April 21 - May 5. There are a bunch of women directed films on the docket. They are listed below. Ticket are on sale now here. Producer Christine Vachon will be giving a State of the Cinema talk on April 24.

American Teacher, Vanessa Roth, USA
The Arbor, Clio Barnard, England
At Ellen’s Age, Pia Marais, Germany
Attenberg, Athina Rachel Tsangari, Greece
The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye, Marie Losier, USA

Better This World, Kelly Duane de la Vega, Katie Galloway, USA
Blessed Events, Isabelle Stever, Germany
Cinema Komunisto, Mila Turajlic, Serbia
Circumstance, Maryam Keshavarz, USA/France
The Dish & the Spoon, Alison Bagnall, USA
Foreign Parts, Véréna Paravel, J.P. Sniadecki, USA/France
The Future, Miranda July, Germany/USA
The Good Life, Eva Mulvad, Denmark
Hot Coffee, Susan Saladoff, USA
Jean Gentil, Laura Amelia Guzmán, Israel Cárdenas, Dominican Republic/Mexico
The Joy, Felipe Bragança, Marina Meliande, Brazil
The Last Buffalo Hunt, Lee Anne Schmitt, USA
Let the Wind Carry Me, Chiang Hsiu-chiung, Kwan Pun-leung, Taiwan
Living on Love Alone, Isabelle Czajka, France
Marathon Boy, Gemma Atwal, England/USA/India
Meek’s Cutoff, Kelly Reichardt, USA
Miss Representation, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, USA
New Skin for the Old Ceremony
I Tried to Leave You, Kelly Sears, USA
Leaving Greensleeves, Tina Tyrell, USA
There Is a War, Sylvan Lanken, Lily Lanken, Canada
Pink Saris, Kim Longinotto, England/India
The Place in Between, Sarah Bouyain, France/Burkina Faso
The Redemption of General Butt Naked, Eric Strauss, Daniele Anastasion, USA
The Selling, Emily Lou, USA
She Monkeys, Lisa Aschan, Sweden
The Sleeping Beauty, Catherine Breillat, France
Something Ventured, Dan Geller, Dayna Goldfine, USA
The Tiniest Place, Tatiana Huezo, Mexico
The Whistleblower, Larysa Kondracki, Canada/Germany
!Women Art Revolution, Lynn Hershman Leeson, USA/Canada
Year Without a Summer, Tan Chui Mui, Malaysia

SHORTS PROGRAM: Cupid with Fangs
Blokes, Marialy Rivas, Chile
Library of Dust, Ondi Timoner, Robert James, USA

SHORTS PROGRAM: The Deep End
I Swim Now, Sarah Biagini, USA
Last Resort, Katherin McInnis, USA
A Little Prayer (H-E-L-P), Louise Bourque, Canada
Minong, I Slept, Vera Brunner-Sung, USA

SHORTS PROGRAM: Do You See What I See?
Jillian Dillon, Yvette Edery, Germany/USA
The Snowman, Kelly Wilson, Neil Wrischnik, USA

SHORTS PROGRAM: Get with the Program
Get with the Program, Jennifer Drummond Deutrom, USA
Hail, Emily Hubley, USA

SHORTS PROGRAM: Irresistible Impulse
The Home Front, Phie Ambo, Denmark
Into the Middle of Nowhere, Anne Francis Ewert, Scotland/England
The Strange Ones, Christopher Radcliff, Lauren Volkstein, USA/France

SHORTS PROGRAM: Mind the Gap
Chromatastic, Kerry Laitala, USA
Once it started it could not end otherwise, Kelly Sears, USA

SHORTS PROGRAM: Youth Media Mash-Up
Come to the Table, Zoe Sainave, USA
Escape from Suburbia, Mayana Bonapart, USA
Independence in Sight, Sydney Paige Matterson, Lauren Lindberg, Julian Compagni-Portis, Bonita Tindle, USA


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