Sat, Jun 17|
Clarion Performing Arts Center
E14, Film Screening
The intersecting stories of a sex worker, an undocumented teenager, a reformed pimp, a homeless youth, and an elderly Chinese woman who struggle to survive displacement while living along East Oakland’s International Boulevard, otherwise infamously known as “East 14th”.
Time & Location
Jun 17, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Clarion Performing Arts Center, 2 Waverly Pl, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA
About the Event
Rafael Flores is Phi Beta Kappa Scholar who specializes in Directing, Social Justice Film Production, Chicano Cinema, and Third Cinema. Flores is the Co-founder of Green Eyed Media and Administrative Director for the Hidden GEM Creative Studios, an organization both based in Oakland, CA. His work has been praised by various institutions that include: The White House, The Grammy Foundation, The San Francisco Foundation, The California Endowment, TED-X lecture series, the Cannes International Film Festival, the Writer’s Guild Theater of America, the London Guardian, and the Chicano International Film Festival.
Best Feature Film – 2020 Latino Film Market (New York)
Best Director – 2020 Los Angeles Cinematography Awards
Official Selection – 2020 Oakland International Film Festival
Official Selection – 2020 Ramsgate International Film Fest (London)
Official Selection – 2020 Tryon International Film Festival (North Carolina)
Official Selection – 2020 Tylerman Film Festival (Chicago)
Q&A moderated by Jeff M. Giordano will follow the screening.
$6 all-day parking at St. Mary’s Square Garage
E14 film screening
+$0.25 service fee
+$0.25 service fee0