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San Francisco Greek Film Festival

Greek Film Festival

The San Francisco Greek Film Festival (SFGFF) is the first and longest-running Greek film festival in the U.S. SFGFF is dedicated to recognizing, supporting, and promoting the best film work by Greek and Cypriot filmmakers from around the world. This year's 16th Festival opens Oct 20 at Castro Theatre, screens during the week Oct 21-25 at Delancey Street, and closes Oct 26 at Dolby Cinema at 1275 Market, with bonus event Oct 27 at Delancey.


This is what SF/Arts curator Sura Wood has to say about San Francisco Greek Film Festival :

The oldest Greek film fest in the country opens with “Olympia,” a documentary about award-winning Greek-American actress Olympia Dukakis, a hometown favorite beloved for her role in “Tales of the City” and her portrayal of Cher’s mother in “Moonstruck.” “Smuggling Hendrix,” the closing night feature, concerns a struggling musician poised to leave Cyprus for a brighter future when his dog (named Jimi) runs away and upends his plans.

Event Info
Oct 20 → Oct 27
Sun at 5, Mon-Fri at 7, Sat at 5
$15 - $50
Delancey Street Screening Room
600 Embarcadero, San Francisco
Info: 415-000-0000
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