The Disposable Film Festival (DFF) will be held from April 9-April 12, 2015 in San Francisco. Now in its eighth year, the popular festival celebrates the artistic potential of disposable video: short films made on small cameras and low cost, tech-driven techniques such as screen capture software, Google Glass, apps like
Kimberly Bryant, Founder, Black Girls Code. In conversation with Sal Khan, Founder and Executive Director, Khan Academy In 2011, only 6 percent of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) workers nationwide were black, up a mere 4 percentage points over the last 40 years, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Be
“Join Chuck Palahniuk at the Castro Theater July 9th, where the air will be filled with color, noise and candy. It’s a party to celebrate the release of Lidia Yuknavitch’s newest novel, The Small Backs of Children, a major step forward from one of our most avidly watched writers – a masterful exploration
Talib continues to speak out against the militarization of the police force, the prison industrial complex, and institutionalized racism. Considered one of the most lyrically gifted and socially aware rappers of our time, Talib feels that artists have a responsibility to the communities that support their careers. Hear from Talib
Join us for what marks Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 86th birthday to celebrate the legacy and life of Dr. King with Dr. Cornel West. Praised by The New York Times for his “ferocious moral vision” and hailed by Newsweek as “an elegant prophet with attitude,” Dr. Cornel West bridges
If I recall, and I could be totally wrong, I’m pretty sure I was a sponsor of the very first Disposable Film Festival when it was playing at the Roxy Theatre. Now our little film festival is all grown up and is doing its thing over at the Castro Theatre. What’s the
In addition to featuring the lovely Rean Taylor as our Broke-Ass of the Week we have a double-bill of some other broke-asses just in time for Frameline 36.