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    San Francisco International Film Festival 2018

    San Francisco International Film Festival April 4-17 2018



    FESTIVAL COVERAGE THREAD

    Links to the reviews
    Angels Wear White (Vivian Qu 2017)
    Big Bad Fox & Other Tales, The/Le grand renard méchant & autres contes (Patrick Imbert, Benjamin Renner 2017)
    City of the Sun (Rati Oneli 2017)
    Civilization: How Do We Look? (Episode 2) (Matt Hill 2018)
    Claire’s Camera/La caméra de Claire (Hong Sangsoo 2017)
    The Cleaners (Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck 2018)
    Dogs (The Distant Barking of Dogs) (Simon Lereng Wilmont 2018)
    Djon África (João Miller Guerra, Filipa Reis 2018) (ND/NF
    Godard Mon Amour (Michel Hazanavicius 2017)
    Hale County This Morning, This Evening (RaMell Ross 2018) (ND/NF)
    Half the Picture (Amy Adrion 2018)
    Hal (Amy Scott 2018)
    Human Element, The (Matthew Testa 2018)
    I Am Not a Witch (Rungano Nyoni 2017)
    Judge, The (Erika Cohn 2017)
    Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle/Muchos hijos, un mono y un castillo (Gustavo Salmerón 2017)
    Minding the Gap (Bing Liu 2017)
    My Life with James Dean/Ma vie avec James Dean (Dominique Choisy 2017)
    No Date, No Signature (Vahid Jalilvand 2017)
    The Other Side of Everything/Druga strana svega (Mila Turajlić 2017)
    The Pushouts (Katie Galloway 2018)
    Ravens/Korparna (Jens Assur 2017)
    RBG (Julie Cohen, Betsy West 2018)
    Rescue List, The (Alyssa Fedele, Zachary Fink 2017)
    The Rider (Chloé Zhao 2017) (NYFF 2017)
    Scary Mother (Ana Urushadze 2017) (ND/NF)
    ★ (Star) (Johann Lurf 2017)
    Suleiman Mountain/Suleiman Too (Elizaveta Stishova 2017)
    The Third Murder/三度目の殺人 (Sandome no satsujin) (Hirokazu Kore-eda 2017)
    Those Who Are Fine/Dene wos guet gei (Cyril Schäublin 2017) (ND/NF)
    Tigre (Ulises Porra Guardiola, Silvina Schnicer 2017)
    Tre Maison Dasan (Denali Tiller 2017)
    Wajib (Annemarie Jacir 2017)
    The White Girl (Jenny Suen, Christopher Doyle 2017)
    Winter Brothers/Vinterbrødre (Hlynur Pálmason 2017) (ND/NF)
    The Workshop/L'Atelier (Laurent Cantet 2017) (R-V)
    Wrestle (Suzannah Herbert, Lauren Belfer 2018)





    A Kid Like Jake

    A KID LIKE JAKE

    The SF Film Society announced the 2018 program (from Variety).

    (But it seems impossible to upload a printable list of the main selections, so far [-CK].)

    Some info on the opening and closing night films of SFIFF 2018.


    The Claire Danes-starred family drama “A Kid Like Jake” - a social drama centered around an ambitious white couple in NYC with a kid with pretty obvious transgender leanings - directed by Silas Howard, kicks off the San Francisco International Film Festival on April 4.

    The festival also announced that its closing night film will be Gus Van Sant's “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” a biopic about recovering alcoholic and cartoonist John Callahan starring Joaquin Phoenix, which will screen on April 17. This has been widely reviewed (Metacritic 70%) as a so-so film, too sentimental and repetitive for some, but repping yet another terrific performance by Phoenix following up his as yet unseen (in the US) one in Lynne Ramsey's You Were Never Really Here, Cannes Best Screenplay winner in May 2017.

    The 61-year-old festival, organized through the San Francisco Film Society, considers itself to be the oldest movie fest in the U.S. The SFFS organization announced most of its lineup at a news conference on Wednesday at the Dolby Theater on Market Street in San Francisco.

    “A Kid Like Jake,” which premiered at Sundance in January, is directed by Silas Howard and written by Daniel Pearle, based on his 2013 play of the same name. The film also stars Jim Parsons, Octavia Spencer, and Priyanka Chopra. Danes and Parsons portray parents looking for the “right” New York primary school for their 4-year-old son who prefers Disney princesses to G.I. Joe. IFC bought domestic rights to “Jake” last month.
    From KQED (San Francisco):Setting a tone of openness and vulnerability against an often hateful national discussion is the festival’s kickoff film A Kid Like Jake. Helmed by Silas Howard (the first trans director of a Transparent episode), the film follows Jim Parsons and Claire Danes as the parents of a preschool-aged son who likes to engage in “gender-variant play.” Should they use their child’s possible transgender leanings as a “diversity” selling point in their quest for entry into New York’s exclusive private schools? What’s best for Jake?
    “Don’t Worry,” which also debuted at Sundance, is directed by Gus Van Sant and is based on late cartoonist John Callahan’s memoir of the same name. Jonah Hill, Rooney Mara, and Jack Black also star in the biopic. Amazon is opening the film on July 13.

    The festival will also hold a tribute to filmmaker Wayne Wang, with a screening of “Smoke.” Wang’s credits include “Chan Is Missing,” “Maid in Manhattan,” “The Joy Luck Club,” “Anywhere but Here,” and “A Thousand Years of Good Prayers.”

    Other tributes unveiled Wednesday include Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (George Gund III Craft of Cinema Award), Annette Insdorf (Mel Novikoff Award), and Nathaniel Dorsky (Persistence of Vision Award).

    The fest had already announced that its centerpiece film will be Boots Riley’s satire “Sorry to Bother You” on April 12. Charlize Theron will be honored at the event with a special tribute, followed by a screening of her new film “Tully” on April 8.

    See a PDF file of the Festival's 2018 program HERE.

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    Films of the 2018 SFIFF (APRIL 4-17):
    An alphabetical list of most of the long films of the SFIFF plus some events. Links to Filmleaf reviews.
    (Click on the logo above for the festival's website.)



    KOREEDA'S A THIRD MURDER

    Alex Strangelove (Craig Johnson 2017)
    American Animals ( Bart Layton 2017)
    Angels Wear White/ 嘉年华 (Jiā Nián Huá) (Vivian Qu 2017)
    Bad Reputation ( Kevin Kerslake: 2017)
    Barry (Bill Hader 2017)
    Beast (Michael Pearce 2017)
    The Big Bad Fox & Other Tales ( Benjamin Renner, Patrick Imbert 2017)
    Bisbee ‘17 ( Robert Greene 2017)
    Blonde Redhead with I Was Born, But... (Yasujirô Ozu 1932)
    Boom for Real (Sara Driver 2017)
    Boundaries (Shana Feste 2017)
    Carcasse (Gústav Geir Bollason, Clémentine Roy 2017)
    Chef Flynn (Cameron Yates 2018)
    The Children Act (Richard Eyre 2017)
    City of the Sun (Rati Oneli 2017)
    Civilizatrion: How Do We Look? (Episode 2) (Matt Hill 2018)
    Claire’s Camera/La caméra de Claire (Hong Sangsoo 2017)
    The Cleaners (Hans Block, Moritz Riesewieck 2018)
    Cold Water/L'Eau froide (Olivier Assayas 1994)
    Damsel (Davd Zellner, Nathan Zellner 2018)
    Deep Astronomy and the Romantic Sciences (Cory McAbee 2019)
    Dogs (The Distant Barking of Dogs) (Simon Lereng Wilmont 2018)
    Djon África (João Miller Guerra, Filipa Reis 2018) (ND/NF)
    Don't Worry He Won't Get Far on Foot (Gus Van Sant 2018) - Closing Night Film
    Eighth Grade (Bo Burnham 2018)
    First Reformed (Paul Schrader 2017)
    Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable (Sasha Waters Freyer 2018)
    Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti (Edouard Deluc 2017)
    Generation Wealth (Lauren Greenfield 2018)
    End Game (Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman 2018)
    Godard, Mon Amour (Michel Hazanavicius 2017)
    Hale County This Morning, This Evening (RaMell Ross 2018) (ND/NF)
    Half the Picture (Amy Adrion 2018)
    Hal (Amy Scott 2018)


    AMY SCOTT, DIRECTOR OF HAL

    How to Talk to Girls at Parties (John Cameron Mitchell 2017)
    The Human Element (Matthew Testa 2018)
    I Am Not a Witch (Rungano Nyoni 2017)
    I Hate Kids (John Asher 2018)
    A Kid Like Jake (Silas Howard 2018) - Opening Night Film
    Kodachrome (Mark Raso 2018)
    Inventing Tomorrow (Laura Nix 2018)
    Jupiter’s Moon (Kornél Mundruczó 2017)
    Leave No Trace (Debra Granik 2018)
    Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle/Muchos hijos, un mono y un castillo (Gustavo Salmerón 2017)
    Louise Lecavalier - In Motion (Raymond St-Jean 2017)
    Loveling (Gustavo Pizzi 2017)
    Makala (Emmanuel Gras 2017)
    A Man of Integrity (Mohammad Rasoulof 2017)
    Manhunt (John Woo 2017)
    Matangi/Maya/M.I.A (Steve Loveridge 2018)
    Mel Novikoff Award: Annette Insdorf: To Be or Not To Be (Ernst Lubitsch)
    Minding the Gap (Bing Liu 2018)
    The Miseducation of Cameron Post (Desiree Akhavan 2018)
    My Life with James Dean/Ma vie avec James Dean (Dominique Choisy 2017)
    The Next Guardian (Arun Bhattarai, Dorottya Zurbó 2017)
    Night Comes On (Jordana Spiro 2018)
    No Date, No Signature (Vahid Jalilvand 2017)
    The Other Side of Everything/Druga strana svega (Mila Turajlić 2017)
    Pick of the Litter (Don Hardy, Dana Nachman 2018)
    POV Award: Nathaniel Dorsky
    A Prayer Before Dawn (Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire 2017)
    The Price of Everything (Nathaniel Kahn 2018)
    Purge This Land (Lee Anne Schmitt 2017)
    The Pushouts (Katie Galloway 2018)
    Ravenous/Les affamés (Robin Aubert 2017)
    Ravens/Korparna (Jens Assur2017)
    RBG (Betsy West, Julie Cohen 2018)
    The Rescue List (Alyssa Fedele, Zachary Fink 2017)
    Revenge (Coralie Fargeat 2017)
    The Rider (Chloé Zhao 2017) (NYFF 2017)
    Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (Marina Zenovich 2018)
    Salyut-7 (Klim Shipenko 2017)
    Scary Mother (Ana Urushadze 2017) (ND/NF)
    Searching (Aneesh Chaganty 2018)
    The Shape of a Surface: Experimental Shorts
    The Shape of Pixar Characters: A Workshop for Kids
    Shirkers (Sandi Tan 2018)
    Sorry to Bother You (Boots Riley ) - Centerpiece Film
    The Sower/Le Semeur (Marine Francen 2017) (R-V)
    ★ (Star) (Johann Lurf 2017)
    State of Cinema: Guy Maddin
    Suleiman Mountain (Elizaveta Stishova 2017)
    Support the Girls (Andrew Bujalski 2018)
    Surprise Secret Screening
    The Third Murder/三度目の殺人 (Sandome no satsujin) (Hirokazu Kore-eda 2017)
    This One's For the Ladies (Gene Graham 2018)
    Those Who Are Fine/Dene wos guet gei (Cyril Schäublin 2017) (ND/NF)
    A Thousand Thoughts – A Live Documentary by Sam Green and Kronos Quartet (Directors: Sam Green, Joe Bini)
    Three Identical Strangers (Tim Wardle 2018)
    Tigre (Ulises Porra Guardiola, Silvina Schnicer 2017)
    Un Traductor (Rodrigo Barriuso, Sebastián Barriuso 2018)
    Tre Maison Dasan (Denali Tiller 2017)
    Tully (Jason Reitman 2018) - Tribute to Charlize Theron
    Smoke (Wayne Wang 1995 ) - Tribute to Wayne Wang
    Trying on The Crown: David Thomson Master Class


    CHEF FLYNN

    Ulam: Main Dish (Alexandra Cuerdo 2017)
    Wajib (Annemarie Jacir 2017)
    We the Animals (Jeremiah Zagar 2018)
    What Will People Say (Iram Haq 2017)
    The White Girl (Jenny Suen, Christopher Doyle 2017)
    Winter Brothers/Vinterbrødre (Hlynur Pálmason 2017) (ND/NF)
    Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (Morgan Neville 2018)
    The Workshop/L'Atelier (Laurent Cantet 2017) (R-V)
    Wrestle (Suzannah Herbert, Lauren Belfer 2018)
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    About the Centerpiece Film:

    Sorry to Bother You
    Boots Riley, USA, 2018, 107 min

    The wait is over–Bay Area icon Boots Riley’s outrageous, taboo-breaking satire is now a wonderfully deranged feature film. Cassius Green (Lakeith Stanfield)
    gets hired as a telemarketer for Oakland company RegalView. His potential blossoms when he finds his “white voice”—a hilarious voice-over running
    gag—but moving up the ranks leads to conflicts with coworkers and his girlfriend, not to mention the nefarious activities (including genetic manipulation!)
    he discovers being perpetrated by RegalView’s CEO, played by Armie Hammer. With shades of Charlie Kaufman, Jordan Peele, and Jonathan Swift, Sorry to
    Bother You brings surreal flair, dazzling originality, and a scathing lampoon of hyper-capitalist excess to the familiar streets of Oakland, California. Costars
    Tessa Thompson, Steven Yuen, and Danny Glover, with music by The Coup and Tune-Yards.

    THURSDAY • APRIL 12 • 6:30 • CASTRO
    THURSDAY • APRIL 12 • 8:00 • GRAND LAKE
    $20 MEMBER / $25 GENERAL
    About the Closing Night Film, Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot (SFIFF text):

    [CLOSING NIGHT FILM]
    Caustic and wickedly funny, celebrated quadriplegic Portland
    cartoonist John Callahan had a knack for depicting taboo
    subjects – especially people with physical disabilities –
    without an ounce of cultural sensitivity. With an engrossing
    and shape-shifting performance by Joaquin Phoenix as
    Callahan, accompanied by scene-stealing support from
    Jonah Hill, Rooney Mara, and Jack Black, Gus Van Sant’s
    (Milk, My Own Private Idaho) newest film follows the life of
    this troubled alcoholic who journeys from rock-bottom to an
    oddball AA group to ultimately channeling his demons into
    sometimes shocking and always humorous profane art.
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    The SFIFF 2018 Persistence of Vision (POV) AWARD goes to Nathaniel Dorsky

    San Francisco experimental filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky is noted for his short films of striking beauty.


    NATHANIEL DORSKY [THE EVENING CLASS]

    The Golden Gate Persistence of Vision Award honors a filmmaker whose
    main body of work falls outside of the realm of narrative feature filmmaking.
    For more than 50 years, Nathaniel Dorsky has been illuminating minds with
    experimental, silent shorts in which light, nature, and everyday surrounds
    are carefully captured and combined to prismatic, alchemical effect. Dorsky
    has been honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship, screenings at MoMa, the
    Tate, and Whitney Biennial, but as Max Goldberg writes in Cinema Scope,
    such appellations are beside the point. “Once engrossed in Dorsky’s silent
    cinema...the social world of reputation is suspended for the encompassing
    and intrinsically solitary experience of beauty.” Join us for this conversation
    with Nathaniel Dorsky and screening of four recent short films.
    2011 Conversation with Nathaniel Dorsky by Michael Guillen in The Evening Class

    2012 Article on Nathaniel Dorsky by Manohla Dargis NYTimes.



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    Honoree at the festival: Charlize Theron

    Charlize Theron has a ferocity and focus unique to contemporary
    screen actors. She can utterly transform herself and transfix an
    audience across a variety of genres, and the subtlety in her protean
    performances is a tonic for these times. But her talent in that
    regard dates back: By 2003, Theron was already a master of her
    art, something never more apparent than in her role that year as
    serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Patty Jenkins’ Monster (2003). Since
    then, Theron has continued to build an impressive body of work,
    receiving a second Academy Award nomination for her portrayal
    of a miner who sues her company for sexual harassment in North
    Country (2005), reviving George Miller’s Mad Max franchise with her
    ferocious turn as the warrior Imperator Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury
    Road (2015), and mixing slaughter and spycraft in the Cold War era
    thriller Atomic Blonde (2017). Join us for this special conversation
    with Charlize Theron, followed by a screening of Tully.
    Tully
    Jason Reitman, USA, 2018


    Marlo (Charlize Theron) has lost her youth to motherhood and is
    completely burnt out. When her brother (Mark Duplass) suggests a
    night nanny—someone to help with her newborn—she reluctantly
    agrees, welcoming a stranger named Tully into her home. Grounded
    by Theron’s extraordinary performance, which delivers the smart and
    hilarious dialogue written and directed with great care by frequent
    collaborators Diablo Cody and Jason Reitman, Tully details all
    aspects of motherhood however unglamorous they may be.
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    SFIFF 2018 begins.

    The Festival began last night with A Kid LIke Jake.

    Links to the reviews and Festival Coverage thread will be HERE.

    Today's films include City of the Sun, The Rider, Winter Brothers, Barry, The Price of Everything, Makala, Workshop, Angels Wear White, I hate Kids, American Animals, My Life with James Dean, The Distant Barking of Dogs, Civilizations: How Do We Look? (Episode 2), and What Will People Say?.

    Reviews of The Rider, Winter Brothers, and Workshop have already appeared on Filmleaf. I will soon be reporting in this thread on:


    ANGELS WEAR WHITE

    Angels Wear White
    My Life with James Dean
    The Distant Barking of Dogs
    Civilizations: How Do We Look? (Episode 2)


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    ANGELS WEAR WHITE (Vivian Qu 2017)

    Very young girls are molested in a motel by a middle-aged official. It takes a long time for anything to happen. This sophomore feature by the maker of the 2013 Trap Street (ND/NF 2014) is beautiful to look at but too diffuse and meandering. But it never ceases to be watchable - or #metoo-relevant. From China. In many festivals.

    First 2018 SFIFF review.
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    MY LIFE WITH JAMES DEAN/MA VIE AVEC JAMES DEAN (Dominique Chosy 2017)

    A gay French charmer about a hunky young filmmaker vaguely promoting his eponymous new film in Calais and some other towns on the Norman coast, with an actor he likes, a projectionist who likes him, and an organizer who likes the wrong person. Lightness is maintained. Stay for the surprise Bollywood finale.

    Three screenings in the SFIFF, with the filmmaker and star present at all of them.


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    THE DISTANT BARKING OF DOGS (Simon Lareng Wilmont 2017)

    An intimate documentary of Oleg, a 10-year-old Ukrainian boy living with his granny on the edge of the war zone of the Ukraine-Russia conflict. Beautiful and harrowing.



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    HAL (Amy Scott 2018)

    Lesser known than other New Hollywood directors like Scorsese, coppola, Spielberg, or Lucas, Hal Ashby produced seven notable films in the nine years from 1970 to 1979. He declined thereafter and died at 59 of pancreatic cancer. This is a short reintro that tells more about the work than life. For a cool examination of that work you'd have to go to Pauline Kael's review of his 1978 Coming Home, anyway. Some of the actors and editors that worked with him reminisce here.


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    KIM MIN-HEE, ISABELLE HUPPERT IN CLAIRE'S CAMERA (HONG SANG-SOO)

    April 7. Today is day 4 of the SFIFF.

    I count 22 features or documentaries.This is not including celebrity live vents with Alex Garland, Wayne Wang, et al. Totally overwhelming! Filmleaf is covering a few of today's offerings, though.
    Will cover the first three, have covered the second three:
    Claire's Camera
    The Human Element
    The Third Murder
    Winter Brothers
    The Rider
    The Workshop
    Scheduled today in the festival:
    The Human Element
    Half the Picture
    Makala
    The Price of Everything
    Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind
    Won't You Be My Neighbor?
    Claire's Camera
    The Judge
    The Third Murder
    Ulam: Main Dish
    Generation Wealth
    No Date, No Signature
    Kodachrome
    Winter Brothers
    The Rider
    The Workshop
    Un Traductor
    Loveling
    The Miseducation of Cameron Post
    Three IDentical Strangers
    A Man of Integrity
    Revenge


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    CLAIRE'S CAMERA (Hong Sang-soo 2017)

    A shorter film produced by Hong's swift, improvisational method, which seems to be working for him very well. This one has a Metascore of 80%. It was shot at Cannes, and includes Isabelle Huppert as a high school teacher on vacation with a Polaroid camera, who has never been to Cannes before. I like them longer and with more Korean (this is largely in English, nobody's native language here), but this is still profound, yet witty and light.



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    THE HUMAN ELEMENT (Matthew Testa 2018)

    A brand new film about James Balog, the subject of what may be the best climate change movie of them all, Jeff Orlowski's Chasing Ice. This time he's away from the ice focused on the elements, earth, air, fire, and water, all of them, he shows, radically changed and changing due to a fifth element: the human element. If you think this is just another climate change movie, you're wrong. There can't be too many climate change movies. And James Balog is a photographer, who records events iin still photos. He is as important in his way as Bill McKibben, the founder of 360.org.


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    THE THIRD MURDER (Hirokazu Koreeda 2017)

    Debuted at Venice, this presents a lengthy dramatic exploration of the motivations of a man who has committed murder a third time after being released from lengthy incarceration. The lawyers are seeking the motive that will be the best defense. An exploration into devious psychology and complicated circumstances is a welcome departure perhaps, from conventional puzzle-murders. But it's not Koreeda's best work. He is not in his element here.

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    April 8. Day 5 at the SF Film Festival.

    Events today overed in Filmleaf include
    The Human Element reviewed yesterday
    The Third Murder reviewed in capsule form this morning
    Tre Maison Dason, a doc about kids with parents in jail
    Wrestle, another doc about kids in high school in an Alabama team
    Djon Africa, already reviewed in ND/NF
    My Life with James Dean reviewed earlier
    Angels Wear White Chinese film about a sexual abuse case, reviewed earlier
    The Workshop reviewed for its theatrical release in NYC


    So there are eight films in the SFIFF showing today covered or coming shortly in Filmleaf.


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