Free (Destiny Arts Documentary) - Dinner and a Movie! @ 4521 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609-2019, United States, San Francisco [14 September]

Free (Destiny Arts Documentary) - Dinner and a Movie!


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14
September
17:00 - 22:00

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4521 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA 94609-2019, United States
Join us for our Dance Night of Temescal Street Flicks 2017! Presented by Community Bank of the Bay, our series hosts an independent line up of mostly Bay Area focused, relevant films depicting our current and past landscape.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017 — LINEUP INCLUDES:

FEATURED SHORT:
TRAILHEAD by Emily Fraser & Henry Wiener. 20 min. A celebratory profile of a relatively unknown urban gem, this 20-minute film features a wildland trail system that connects the heart of Oakland to redwood forests and over five hundred miles of trails that span the entire East Bay. Featuring perspectives ranging from trail users to historians, creek restoration experts to local merchants to park volunteers, the film spans a typical park day, beginning pre-dawn in Oakland’s Dimond District, and concluding at sunset from a scenic Joaquin Miller Park ridge overlooking downtown Oakland and San Francisco Bay. Previous article on this beautiful short: sfchronicle.com/bayarea/johnson/article/One-man-films-a-love-letter-to-East-Bay-s-park-6606274.php

**Please Note: All filmmakers & a few film participants will be in attendance for a short Q&A immediately following the viewing of each film. Please join us for these engaging & thoughtful discussion!**

FEATURED FILM:
FREE by David Collier & Suzanne LaFetra. 56 min. This feature-length documentary following five teens through a year in an Oakland dance program. Their journey in the Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company reveals how collaborative art can be a foundation for personal discovery. Follow them through a year of becoming F R E E.

FREE Trailer: vimeo.com/104366696

**Please Note: All filmmakers & a few film participants will be in attendance for a short Q&A immediately following the viewing of each film. Please join us for these engaging & thoughtful discussion!**

FOOD BOOTHS FROM 5P — 9PM
Food Booths include:
*The GrilledCheezeGuy
*No Worries Vegan Filipino Food
*Tara's Organic Ice Cream

SHOWTIME AT 7:30PM
LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE — BRING YOUR CHAIR AND/OR BLANKETS!

Film Synopsis:
Behind a curtain, jittery teens hold hands in a circle. It’s opening night. For months they’ve choreographed, scripted, and rehearsed. Who they are, where they’ve come from, and what they want to become—their stories shape the show.

What is it like to grow up in one of the nation’s most violent cities? Capturing the raw beauty and powerful grace of a dance company for at-risk youth, F R E E journeys behind the curtain to spotlight the intimate stories of five teenagers in Oakland, California. This uplifting documentary showcases art’s ability to transform
violence, poverty and isolation.

Press Article on Featured Film:
marinij.com/general-news/20160428/film-highlights-dance-challenges-of-growing-up-in-oakland

For more info & other show listings:
TemescalStreetFlicks.org
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