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|TURTLES CAN FLY (LAKPOSHTHA HAM PARVAZ MIKONAND)|
|Date||Sunday March 13|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
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PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE THEATER
2575 Bancroft Way (at Bowditch), Berkeley
|Organizer/Author||NAATA - National Asian American Telecommunications Associati|
2005 SAN FRANCISCO INTL ASIAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
Presented by Asia Street on International Channel
San Francisco | Berkeley | San Jose
March 10-20, 2005
Must-see films at the Festival!
TURTLES CAN FLY (LAKPOSHTHA HAM PARVAZ MIKONAND)
Director: Bahman Ghobadi
Iraq/Iran 2004 | 96mins
“One of the greatest anti-war films of all time” is how IFC Films describes Ghobadi’s (A TIME FOR DRUNKEN HORSES) new film. In Iraq’s Kurdish north, “Kak Satellite” fixes satellite antennas in remote villages; he’s also only thirteen, and living through war.
SUN 03.13 | 600PM PFA | TURT13
TUE 03.15 | 630PM Kabuki | TURT15
Tickets are now on sale at:
General Admission: $10
NAATA Members: $7
Purchasing in advance is highly advised, as shows will sell out!
Discounted group tickets are available, as well as our
special CASTRO PASS: $50 for access to all 11 films showing at the
Castro Theatre (excluding Opening Night Film).
OTHER FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS:
-Opening Night, March 10: SAVING FACE,
Dir. Alice Wu, Starring Joan Chen
-Closing Night, March 17: THE MOTEL,
Dir. by Michael Kang
-Centerpiece, March 13: SORCERESS OF THE NEW PIANO, Dir. Evans Chan
For more information about the Festival, and complete program information, visit http://www.naatanet.org/festival.
The SFIAAFF, a presentation of NAATA, receives
major support from Asia Street on International Channel,
the Asian Art Museum, Grants for the Arts,
Koret Foundation, National Endowment
for the Arts, Noon, Wallace Alexander
Gerbode Foundation and Wells Fargo.