SFJFF42 is proud to showcase several films from past and present Bay Area filmmakers alongside films which celebrate the vibrancy of local communities and contribute to the strong tradition of independent filmmaking thriving here today.
After the birth of her profoundly disabled son, a butch queer woman taps into her experiences with Butoh dance and the off-Broadway show Stomp to find the somatic wisdom she needs to push through a traumatic version of motherhood she never expected.Read More
Decades before #MeToo, controversial Jewish Feminist Writer and public intellectual, Andrea Dworkin called out the pervasiveness of sexism and rape culture with revolutionary and iconoclastic flair.Read More
A heartbreaking documentary explores Pittsburgh’s community response to hate in the aftermath of the deadliest antisemitic attack in U.S. history, the mass shooting which took the lives of 11 Jewish congregants in the fall of 2018.Read More
A family’s story across three continents and four generations, from Kristallnacht to the atomic age, from the Bauhaus to our house, and from reason to madness.Read More
Shouting Down Midnight recounts how former Texas State Senator Wendy Davis stood for 13 hours while she filibustered the 2013 anti-abortion bill SB5, helping galvanize a new generation of activists in the struggle for reproductive freedom.Read More
A film about time, memory, fear, and the challenges of holding onto joy.Read More
The story of four remarkable young women of color, including U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, fighting for a Green New Deal and a historic shift in U.S. climate politics.Read More
$135 JFI Members / $155 General Public
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