SCREENINGS:


Screening: LATE NIGHT with Executive VP at FilmNation Mike Jackman
Monday, October 21st, 7pm: Savoy Theater

Katherine Newbury (Emma Thompson) is a pioneer and legendary host on the late-night talk-show circuit. When she’s accused of being a “woman who hates women,” she puts affirmative action on the to-do list hiring Molly (Mindy Kaling) as the one woman in Katherine’s all-male writers’ room. But Molly might be too little too late, as the formidable Katherine also faces the reality of low rating and a network that wants to replace her. Molly, wanting to prove she’s not simply a diversity hire is determined to help Katherine by revitalizing her show and career—and possibly effect even bigger change at the same time.










Screening: 900 DAYS with 
Filmmaker Jessica Gorter
Tuesday, October 22nd, 7pm: Savoy Theater

Devastating and unforgettable life stories are recounted by survivors of the Seige of Leningrad (in the city now known as St. Petersburg), the infamousGerman embargo which caused the deaths of more than 1 million people during World War II, in Jessica Gorter's moving and powerful film, 900 DAYS.


      







Screening: THE GREEN FOG
 with Filmmaker Guy Maddin
Wednesday, October 23rd, 7pm: Savoy Theater                 

Commissioned by the San Francisco Film Society for the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival, THE GREEN FOG is an experimental film directed by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, and Galen Johnson that loosely revisits the plot of Alfred Hitchcock's movie VERTIGO through a collage of found footage repurposed from old movies and television shows.










Screening: HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING with 
Filmmaker RaMell Ross
Thursday, October 24th, 7pm: Savoy Theater

An inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people, HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING looks at the lives two young African American men from rural Hale County, Alabama, over the course of five years. The audience is invited to experience the mundane and monumental, birth and death, the quotidian and the sublime. These moments combine to communicate the region’s deep culture and provide glimpses of the complex ways the African American community’s collective image is integrated into America’s visual imagination.