Documentaries have always been a staple of film festival programming. What makes the scrappy San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (hereafter “SF DocFest”) a treasure to SF Bay Area filmgoers is its willingness to take that extra step to show films a little more out there than bog standard documentaries. Over
Coronavirus concerns have curbed holding the 19th annual San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (aka DocFest) live. So this year DocFest attendees will have to do without drinking parties at a nearby Mission District bar or opportunities to meet a filmmaker in real life. Fortunately, despite a general lack of live
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The San Francisco Documentary Festival (aka DocFest) has long earned its reputation for cheerfully screwing with the familiar air of film festival stodginess. Sure, DocFest presents film screenings and appearances by film talent, just like other film festivals. But do other festivals also present a heavy metal karaoke party, a chance to ridicule bad art with like-minded others, or “Breakfast Club” Bingo?
Broke-Ass Stuart is a proud sponsor of the SF Docfest! A wonderful festival full of great independent films and really fun events all over the SF! It’s festival season in the Bay Area. And no, I’m not talking about some massive, $300 a ticket, porta-pottied, music festival. Fuck no. We’re