Windrider's eclectic 2019 film journey will take the audience from San Quentin Prison to a tattoo parlor in the Appalachians, and will follow a Cuban youth finding his independence from communism and a deaf youth finding his freedom in performing Beethoven. Check the website for schedule.
This South Bay festival of independent film screens feature length and short works that explore the human condition; many were scouted at Sundance and other top films fests around the country. As at Sundance, filmmakers and subjects participate in Q & A sessions following screenings. Subjects this year include a basketball team at San Quentin, a tattoo parlor in Appalachia and a deaf youth who performs Beethoven. $10-$15.