There's just a few more days to watch some great indies, but time to catch these local Bay Area gems:
JP Allen
How far would you go to protect what you love? Evicted from her San Francisco apartment and stranded in her car near Golden Gate Park, a woman makes a secret plan to defend her right to stay in the city she loves.
James Redford
Playing for Keeps examines the importance of play and downtime for all of us – children, adults, seniors, and animals.
Meghan Leon, Bradford Baruh
A ride share driver's life is turned upside down after an unexpected series of misfortunes.
David Licata
Filmed over the course of 15 years, the documentary A Life's Work is about people engaged with projects they won't complete in their lifetime, projects that could have a positive, global effect
Ray Day
The 60 minute documentary film examines the life and work of San Francisco Bay Area Social Surreal Artist Irving Norman.
Richard Liu
A raw, candid look at the millions of teens and millennials caring for injured veterans and service members in homes across America.
SAVE THE DATE: Livable Planet Film Festival

On Earth Day 2021 SF IndieFest kicks off an environmental film festival that keeps alive the independent spirit that launched the green movement. The festival will include films about activism, wildlife and adventure. We aim to celebrate the blue marble we all live on and also confront the challenges we face in maintaining a livable planet. 

Earlybird Discount: save 10% on passes and tickets with discount code: FirstInLine