February 2016

Feb 12

Film Consortium: Winter Film Showcase

02.12.2016 6:00 pm

Winter Film Showcase: San Diego Film Awards Nominated Films

Presented by Film Consortium

A night of San Diego produced short films, music videos, and short documentaries.

Tickets available online or at door day of event. 
$12 per program in advance, $15 at the door
$45 Full Weekend Pass (in advance only)
$35 Full Weekend Pass for FILM CONSORTIUM PLUS MEMBERS only

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Feb 18

Film: Se Dio vuole

02.18.2016 7:30 pm

Se Dio vuole (God Willing)
Edoardo Falcone / 87 min. / Italian with Eng. Subtitles

Presented by San Diego Italian Film Festival

Tommaso is a successful, respected cardiac surgeon who also happens to be arrogant and an atheist. However, Tommaso’s only son Andrea brings the family together to announce that he wants to become a priest. Tommaso refuses to accept his Catholicism, and is horrified when his wife Carla and daughter Bianca consider it themselves.

Tommaso goes undercover while Andrea is absent, on retreat in a monastery, to investigate and bring down the charismatic Father Don Pietro, who he believes has “brain-washed” his son and caused upheaval in his family.

Tickets: $10 general, $8 SDIFF members, students/military with regular ID

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Feb 20

Film: Women and Black History in Horror Film

02.20.2016 5:00 pm

Women and Black History in Horror Film

5:00pm - Ganja and Hess

7:45pm - American Psycho (35MM PRINT)

Presented by Horrible Imaginings Film Festival

Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is gearing up to celebrate Women in Horror Month in partnership with Film Geeks, Graveyard Shift Sisters, and Horror House Party! Often stereotyped as a boy's club genre, the horror genre has nonetheless featured incredibly talented women behind the camera. To pay attribute to these hardworking women who defy conventions and bring scares, the turn-of-the-millennium classic "American Psycho," directed by Mary Harron, will be featured in its appropriate 35mm format!

Also in honor of Black History Month, the hypnotic actress Marlene Clark will be spotlighted in a repertory screening of "Ganja and Hess," Bill Gunn's rebellious answer to both the Blaxploitation and vampire genres. Join us for both of these rare screenings in honor of this great occasion!

Tickets available online or at the door (day of screening)

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