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Announcing The 2011 Atheist Film Festival

The one day only Atheist Film Festival is playing at San Francisco’s Roxie Theater on August 21st and this year it features some films that you don’t want to miss.

The centerpiece film is, The Ledge, a film that was nominated for Best US Drama at Sundance and boasts a big name cast that includes Liv Tyler, Patrick Wilson, Terrence Howard and Charlie Hunnam. The film has been praised as “the first drama in Hollywood history to feature an openly atheist hero in a story about religious conflict”. If that isn’t enough to get the atheist crowd on board check this out – Matthew Chapman, the film’s director, is none other than the great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin! Read More…


Believe It Or Not: The 2nd Annual Atheist Film Festival Is Coming

“Truth isn’t just stranger than fiction; it’s more entertaining! The world’s first-ever Atheist Film Festival was held in San Francisco on June 28, 2009. Since then we have helped other atheist groups put on film festivals around the globe in places like Manila (The Philippines), Winnipeg (Canada), and Los Angeles, California.

This year the Atheist Film Festival returns with another exciting lineup of fascinating cinema ranging from the shocking to the hilarious. Come join your fellow heretics for a day of amazing documentaries, mind-blowing fiction, rarely screened controversial classics and beloved favorites.” –

This year’s one day only Atheist Film Festival is being held Saturday, August 14th at  The Red Vic Movie House (1727 Haight Street). All of the screenings are Free, although donations are greatly appreciated!

10:00 am The Four Horsemen

12:30 pm Marjoe (Won an Oscar for Best Documentary)

2:15 pm Shorts: Imagine No Religion

3:30 pm Shorts: Fun for Heretics

4:30 pm Creator of God (Followed by Q&A)

6:00 pm The Rapture

8:00 pm Oh My God

9:45 pm Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life

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