San Francisco International Film Festival, also known as SFFILM, is a famous cultural event that unites filmmakers throughout the world. The festival champions the world’s best movies and filmmakers, whose works fall within the scope of its annual agenda. It usually takes place in April and is organized by a nonprofit organization. SFFIML unites over 100,000 film lovers and delivers media education programs to more than 10,000 students and teachers. It also supports career start of hundreds of independent filmmakers from the Bay Area by providing grants, residencies, and offering other film-related services. In the curse of the festival, one may definitely find a movie that would match his or her interests, as this year’s agenda is wide and comprehensive. This year the festival is scheduled for 4-17th April. It features the most creative films of filmmakers, who only start their career, or who shoot for specific audiences but share values critical for the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Hirokazu Kore-eda’s movie called “The Third Murder” ranks in this year’s top list, as it represents a popular detective genre and engages into an interesting examination of guilt and justice.
The second must-see is “Winter Brothers”, which reflects on the problem of workplace safety. The main hero, Emil, faces problems as soon as a powerful batch of moonshine leads to his coworkers become ill.
The third premiere is “The Rider”, which describes a young man, who is passionate about rodeo riding, but who gets a life-threatening injury forbidding him to ride again. The picture tells about a man who needs to seek for a new inspiration and a new sense of life when he loses an opportunity to do what loved to do.
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