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City College of San Francisco 1st Annual Festival of the Moving Image
Date Monday September 19
Time 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location Details
Join us this September 19th and 20th at the historic Roxie Theater for a fabulous two
night event - showcasing emerging media talents in the Bay Area!

City College of San Francisco presents
The First Annual Festival of the Moving Image!
Monday, September 19th: City Shorts Film Festival
Tuesday, September 20th: The Best of Identity Television
Screenings at 7PM and 9PM on both nights!
$6.50/ students $10/general admission
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorMichaela Higgins
Join us this September 19th and 20th at the historic Roxie Theater for a fabulous two
night event - showcasing emerging media talents in the Bay Area!

City College of San Francisco presents
The First Annual Festival of the Moving Image!
Monday, September 19th: City Shorts Film Festival
Screenings at 7PM and 9PM, Q&A with the filmmakers following each screening.

The Cinema Department presents our 2011 award winning program,
featuring short narrative and documentary films ranging from the absurd
to the sublime. Many of these films which debuted at our annual festival
in May, are now being featured in numerous film festivals, including the
Mill Valley Film Festival this October.

Tuesday, September 20th: The Best of Identity Television
Screenings at 7PM and 9PM

The Broadcast Electronic Media Arts Department presents the favorite
excerpts from IDTV from the past five years. IDTV is a magazine show
produced entirely by students covering a wide range of engaging topics.
Added to the calendar on Thursday Sep 8th, 2011 1:34 AM
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