Wednesday, April 20, 2011

You Write Too Long: This Week's Feature, Bite-Sized

By Ellen Cushing
Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 12:06 PM

The SF International Film Festival is a beloved 54-year-old cultural tradition; a 188-film juggernaut encompassing films of all lengths, origins, and genres; and a massive, multi-day, multi-city celebration of the Bay Area's — and, indeed, the world's — celluloid awesomeness. Also, apparently: sort of a bitch to organize! This week, our intrepid film writer, Kelly Vance, checks out both the back-end rush and the front-end rewards of this year's festival, both of which are copious; he also manages to wade through it all and recommend quite a few flicks worth checking out. Read all about it here.


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