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COMMUNITY CINEMA is a space for artists and movie-lovers to gather together and watch local films made in the Bay Area.
Community Cinema attracts many residents of Chinatown, Nob Hill, North Beach and other neighboring districts, as well as college students and young working professionals in the city.
Films shown at Community Cinema range from documentary films about gender, sexuality, war, politics, poetry and arts, to narrative films like rom-com, action thriller and etc.
Since its launch in May 2021, Community Cinema has screened 47 films, and counting! We are grateful to have collaborated with amazing filmmakers like Emmy-Nominated director James Q. Chan, Vietnamese filmmakers Ngoc Le and Tam Ngo and Henry Rosenthal.
Meet Community Cinema Curator, Jeff Giordano
Jeff M. Giordano has curated film series on both coasts of the United States. Since 2004, he has been directing independent documentaries and has interviewed over 180 people for various projects.
In addition to filmmaking, Giordano paints abstract-expressionist art and collaborates on musical projects. Follow Jeff’s artistic endeavors at jeffmgiordano.com & youtube.com/c/jmgfilms .
Select director filmography & awards include: Romantic Chorus (2021 Special Mention Diploma at the Tindirindis Animation Film Festival), The God Given Talent: the Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell (2020 Disability Justice Award at Superfest), and The Sheriff (2008 Jury Prize at the Provincetown Film Festival).
If you are interested in showing your film at Community Cinema, please contact us.