San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
WHY GET A PASS? Passes are the least expensive way to see multiple films and to make sure you get into every film you’d like to attend. Passholders have access to the VIP entry and get early access to seating for each film. Passes are only available for purchase leading up to the festival, and will not be sold at the Box Office during the festival.
SAN FRANCISCO PASS: This grants ONE admission to all 13 programs in San Francisco at both the New People and Castro Theatres, November 6-10, and INCLUDES entry into the Castro Reception. (Become a Festival Sponsor for just another $50! Please visit our sponsorship page for more information.)
CASTRO PASS: This grants ONE admission to all 4 programs at the Castro Theater in San Francisco on November 9, and INCLUDES entry into the Castro Reception.
PALO ALTO PASS: This grants ONE admission to all 4 programs in Palo Alto at the Aquarius Theater on November 16.
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The New People Cinema (also at Castro, SF and Aquarius, Palo Alto)
1746 Post Street
3rd i SF International South Asian Film Festival
3rd i’s 14th ANNUAL SF INTERNATIONAL SOUTH ASIAN FILM FESTIVAL
November 10-13, New People Cinema and Castro Theater, San Francisco
November 19, BlueLight Cinema, Cupertino
From art-house classics to documentary films, and innovative and experimental visions to next-level Bollywood: 3rd i Films is committed to promoting diverse images of South Asians through independent film. This year’s festival is pleased to present some of the best documentaries, indie narratives and short films from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Canada, UK and the USA.
From nuanced dramas to witty comedies, this year’s Focus on Diaspora presents an expansive view on the immigrant experience. Indie Narratives take brave risks and explore issues from madness to modernity, sex to social justice; 3rd i's commitment to the celluloid celebration of Women’s Stories and Queer Voices continues as strong as ever; and Bay Area Filmmakers, shorts and documentaries are on the docket as always.
More information, including expanded program and ticketing information, is available at: www.thirdi.org