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Tuesday, December 10, 2019, 6:30 pm
ATA@SFPL: Comedy Shorts

Screening a Noe Valley Library ( 451 Jersey St, SF) We often are told “silent films were never silent”, but Rick Altman’s research suggests that for the first fifteen years or so of cinema’s existence, they indeed sometimes were shown without musical accompaniment or live narration. The Cinémathèque Française in Paris has always shown silent films... Read more »

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CAT STICKS

ATA co presents CAT STICKS at 3rd i’s Film Festival — .  CAT STICKS New People Cinema, San FranciscoFriday November 8th at 9:00 pm Hailed as one of the “most gorgeous and affecting films” presented at Slamdance Film Fest in recent years,this haunting film follows the stories of several heroin addicts over the course of one… Read more »


SF Cinematheque presents: CROSSROADS 10

presented June 7–9 by San Francisco Cinemathequeand the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art  curated by Steve Poltaall programs at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art151 Third Street (at Mission) in SFdownload festival Press Release herepress inquiries please contact sfc@sfcinematheque.org#xrdsxTickets for all screenings as well as Saturday/Sunday day passes available here Pictured above: Lines of Force (2018) by Dan Browne CROSSROADS 10… Read more »


ATA co-presents:

UP DOWN & SIDEWAYS NEW PEOPLE CINEMA, SAN FRANCISCO SUNDAY NOV 4TH 2:45 PM Hypnotic rhythms and complex polyphonic music reverberate through the hills of Nagaland in this portrait of an indigenous community and their remarkable musical traditions, set in the alluring northeast of India. Use promotional code “cp_2018” when purchasing tickets for ‘Up Down… Read more »


Save The Redstone Labor Temple

RLTA Organizing for Community Ownership of Iconic 1914 Redstone Building Goal is to preserve San Francisco’s defining center for creative organizing San Francisco —The Redstone Labor Temple Association (“RLTA”) has announced that it is working with the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) to be in escrow to purchase the 55,000-square-foot Redstone Labor Temple, located in… Read more »


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