Cinema By The Bay: A Festival Devoted To Bay Area Filmmaking

For 4 days in November, San Francisco residents – and all residents of the Bay Area, for that matter – have an opportunity to experiance some of the best in Bay Area filmmaking with the Cinema By The Bay film festival.  Here is your chance to support local artists and see how the filmmakers in your home city have been using their creative juices.

Speaking of creative juices (how’s that for a segue?), the festival will be hosting an opening night party at The Summit (780 Valencia Street), where fermented garpe juices will be poured while many other excited film fans and filmmakers rabble on about film and stuff.  Sounds like an all-around good time to me. Schedule and ticket information after the jump

Click here to purchase your CINEMA BY THE BAY TICKETS

All the films can be seen at the Roxie Theater (3117 16th Street) unless posted otherwise

Friday, November 5, 2010:

7:00pm Fanny, Annie & Danny (Tickets)

9:00pm Opening Night Party @ The Summit (780 Valencia Street)

9:30pm Babnik

Saturday, November 6, 2010:

2:00pm The Stanford Scene

4:15pm Deep Down

6:30pm Ed Hardy: Tattoo The World (Tickets)

9:00pm Sneak Preview: 4th & Goal

Sunday, November 7, 2010:

2:00pm Rivers of a Lost Coast

4:30pm Baywatch!

7:00pm Essential SF: Les Blank and Rick Prelinger in Conversation

9:00pm Southern Exposure: Cross-Cuts @ Southern Exposure (3020 20th Street)

Monday, November 8, 2010:

7:30pm SF360.org Presents: Essential SF @ The Lab (2948 16th Street @ Capp)

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