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"Passion is the Money" Documentary Film Screening with Jeff M. Giordano
"Passion is the Money" Documentary Film Screening with Jeff M. Giordano

Sat, Jan 29

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San Francisco

"Passion is the Money" Documentary Film Screening with Jeff M. Giordano

"Passion is the Money" is a documentary about artists living in San Francisco. 74 minutes and Q&A with director and artists in the film

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Time & Location

Jan 29, 2022, 4:00 PM

San Francisco, 2 Waverly Pl, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA

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About the Event

Movie Description:

The untold story of a community of poets, painters, and musicians as they struggle to maintain a foothold in San Francisco. Resilient, dedicated, and creative, this colony of artists includes a blind painter, a female bohemian and a street poet who ran with the Black Panthers -- all counter gentrification with their words, sounds, and images.

About the filmmakers:

Jeff M. Giordano leaps out of bed everyday for the creative life, loves to ask deep questions, and has fantasies about riding on the back of trash trucks in every country. His recent films include Passion Is the Money, Romantic Chorus, Making Up My Mind: the Search for Jimmy Lyons, and The God Given Talent: the Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell, which won the Disability Justice Award at SuperFest 2020.

Learn more about Jeff M. Giordano here: www.jeffmgiordano.com

Aaron Gwynn is co-producer/editor for Passion is the Money. His other films include the God Given Talent: the Creative Life of Charles Curtis Blackwell and Romantic Chorus. He is currently working on his directorial debut, Painting in Darkness, an animated feature film about the eccentric painter Albert Pinkham Ryder and the coming of the European modern art revolution to the United States. When not working on films or writing novels and screenplays, he plays baseball and contemplates the absurdity and meaninglessness of life.

Learn more about Aaron's directorial debut at: https://www.instagram.com/paintingindarkness/

Tickets

  • General Admission (1 person)

    50 percent of all ticket sales go towards supporting the filmmaker(s).

    $10.00
    +$0.25 service fee
  • General Admission (2 persons)

    50 percent of all ticket sales go towards supporting the filmmaker(s).

    $15.00
    +$0.38 service fee

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