Bay Area Filmmakers in Person
From light comedy to dark wit, this year’s kaleidoscope of cinematic offerings engage the intimate, personal and the intellectual: Bollywood and Bolsheviks revels in the pleasures of classic cinema, while the Spice Sisters sizzle down under; Brown Girls assert their sexuality and independence in Chicago, while artists in San Francisco struggle to claim their home in No Vacancy; and Disco Obu takes a humorous and poignant look on the ephemeral nature of fame.
No Vacancy (Abhi Singh, USA, 2017, 17mins)
Bollywood and Bolsheviks (Emma Hinchcliffe, USA/India, 2016, 11mins)
Seti X: Let it Grow (Nisha Sembi, USA, 2017, 3mins)
Disco Obu (Anand Kishore, USA, 2017, 20mins)
Spice Sisters (Sheila Jayadev, Australia, 2016, 15mins)
Brown Girls, eps. 1 and 3 (Fatima Ashgar and Sam Bailey, USA, 2017, 18mins)