Filmmaker Pelin Esmer accepts the SDFF 2021 Jury Award for Best Feature for Queen Lear, in which a theater group comprised of peasant women take their performance of King Lear on the road in rural Turkey.

Filmmaker Jon Osaki on his documentary, Alternative Facts, and the correlations between the U.S. government’s unlawful, racist internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII and present day policies such as the “Muslim Ban” and the detainment of Latinx immigrants in concentration camps on the U.S.-Mexico border.

SDFF co-Director Jean McGlothlin interviews Eye of the Pangolin Director Bruce Young about raising awareness about this curious, rare animal.

The Wild director Mark Titus sat down with SDFF co-Director Jean McGlothlin to talk about his film and the battle to save Bristol Bay from mining and environmental decimation.

Striking Short of Fine Artist David Yarrow Capturing South Georgian Wildlife Streaming Now! Yarrow: The Virtues of Monochrome is an official selection of SDFF 2019, which...

Air Land Sea: A Rialto Cinemas & SDFF co-production Festival Pass $65 – 10 admissions   General Admission $10 Ay Mariposa Fri, Sept. 13 at...

PBS Rebroadcast & Extended Streaming For those of you that missed it at SDFF 2019, “Elephant Path” (Todd McGrain, 2017) has had its streaming run...

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