This year's SF IndieFest's Documentary Features explore pranksters, nudists, punk rock vegans, the opiates epidemic, sideshow marvels and some folks who share the name of cinema's greatest spy.

Punk Rock Vegan Movie

Moby’s directorial debut is a passionate and stylistically idiosyncratic look at the ongoing relationship between the worlds of punk rock and animal rights.

Live interview with Moby to follow the screening.


The Other Fellow

An energetic exploration of male identity via the lives, personalities, and adventures of a diverse band of men, real men across the globe all sharing the same name - James Bond.


Naked Gardens

Naked Gardens follows the stories of individuals drawn to an unusual community, which promises both non-conformist values and a cheap place to live. As its aging owner Morley and his residents prepare for the largest gathering of nudists in the U.S., they are faced with challenges both as a community and as individuals.


Circus of the Scars

A scrappy sideshow revival act playing Seattle dive bars is suddenly propelled into the big time, riding the same wave that brought grunge rock crashing into mainstream culture. Circus of the Scars follows the Jim Rose Circus Sideshow on a relentless and controversial world tour as they rise from obscurity to international infamy.


Love in the Time of Fentanyl

As the number of overdose deaths in Vancouver, Canada reaches an all-time high, employees and volunteers at the Overdose Prevention Society take matters into their own hands.


Chop & Steele

When childhood friends Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett start booking their gag strongman routine on unsuspecting morning news shows, their pranks end up going viral, landing them in federal court with a vengeful media conglomerate.


IndieFest Co-Presents at Sketchfest

Castro Theater | Sat, Jan 28 • 5:00pm

Hollywood icon Elliott Gould sits down for a rare in-depth look at his life and career, following a 50th anniversary screening of Robert Altman’s “The Long Goodbye.” A natural raconteur, Gould will have no shortage of fascinating subjects to discuss, having worked with everyone from Ingmar Bergman, Paul Mazursky, Francis Ford Coppola, and Steven Soderbergh to “Saturday Night Live” and “The Muppets.” Moderated by Jay Rosenblatt. TIX HERE