The 13th United Nations Association Film Festival is coming to town Wednesday night – tickets are just $10, if you can get them.
All the deets:
13TH UNAFF CELEBRATES 60 FILMS FROM 60 COUNTRIES
Palo Alto, CA—After a very successful opening night, the United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF) continues its 13th year program with an inspired array of documentaries from around the globe with more timely stories than ever in line with this year’s theme, POPULATION – MIGRATION – GLOBALIZATION. Highly anticipated by its loyal and passionate audiences, championed by civic and community leaders and voted by MovieMaker Magazine as “one of the 25 Film Festivals worth the entry fee,” UNAFF is one of the most important events on the Bay Area’s cultural calendar and an important stop on the festival circuit. In addition, it is one of the oldest purely documentary film festivals in the US.
VARIETY SCREENING ROOM
Sponsored by Rotary Club San Francisco and by La Mediterranee
4:00 PM STRANGE BIRDS IN PARADISE – A WEST PAPUAN STORY
(Australia/West Papua, Indonesia)
5:25 PM KITES (Afghanistan/Poland)
6:45 PM Panel “Images that Provoke”
co-presented with Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco and Afghan Coalition
Full sched, after the jump