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Roxie Theatre

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2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States

December 2017

A Face in the Crowd

December 7, 2017 @ 7:00 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States

Jewish Film Institute screening of Elia Kazan’s 1957 darkly comic satire about a singer (Andy Griffith) who becomes a ruthless political figure. Billed by JFI as “the movie that predicted Trump.” Hosted by local blogger “Broke-Ass” Stuart Schuffman. $11-$12.

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February 2018

Cruise

February 9, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States

Centerpiece film of S.F. Indie Fest tells the story of the romance between a Jewish girl from Long Island and an Italian boy from Queens. Director Robert D. Siegel in attendance. $13-$14.

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February 2019

Jewish Film Institute WinterFest

February 17, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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Nine films over two days, curated by S.F. Jewish Film Festival organization. First film each day 12 p.m. $14-$15 per film; $80-$90 pass

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June 2019

Barbara Rubin & the Exploding NY Underground

June 14, 2019 @ 8:45 pm
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One event on June 15, 2019 at 6:00 pm

Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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Documentary explores avant-garde filmmaker who later became a Hasidic Jew, followed by her erotic film “Christmas on Earth.” Also Sunday, June 15 at 6 p.m. followed by Q&A with director Chuck Smith.

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September 2019

“Cooked: Survival by Zip Code”

September 28, 2019 @ 6:00 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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$14 – $16

Judith Helfand documentary about discrimination against low-income residents during a deadly heat wave in Chicago is centerpiece of Green Film Festival. Free for students and youth.

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February 2024

“Fight Club”

February 9 @ 8:30 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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25th anniversary screening of film based on the best-selling novel by Chuck Palahniuk. Preceded by onstage conversation with Stuart Schuffman (aka “Broke-Ass Stuart”) and Cacophony Society/Burning Man co-founder John Law about how the “Cacophony Society influenced ‘Fight Club’ before it was co-opted by folks who don't understand satire.” Part of SF IndieFest. Prices vary.

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“Matter of Mind: My Parkinson’s”

February 10 @ 12:00 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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Documentary following three Bay Area locals — a political cartoonist, an optician and a mother turned boxing coach — as they navigate their lives with resourcefulness and determination in the face of Parkinson's disease. Part of SF IndieFest. Prices vary. 

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“I Was Never A Hippie, I Just Looked Like One”

February 10 @ 2:15 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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Documentary short following S.F. native Hank Sultan, an 85 year-old painter who was born of Jewish Marxist parents and chronicles his life in self-portraits. Part of SF IndieFest. Prices vary.

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“The Feeling that the Time for Doing Something Has Passed”

February 10 @ 6:45 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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Film about a 30-something New Yorker who feels stuck in all areas of her life, from her long-term casual BDSM relationship to her low-level corporate job and quarrelsome Jewish family. Part of SF IndieFest. Co-presented by the Jewish Film Institute. Prices vary.

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“Modernism, Inc.”

February 13 @ 6:30 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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Documentary exploring the intersection of postwar business, culture and design through the life and career of Eliot Noyes, the iconic architect and designer who built the design programs for IBM, Westinghouse and Mobil Oil. Prices vary.

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“Finding Lucinda”

February 14 @ 7:45 pm
Roxie Theatre, 2117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA United States
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Documentary following nonbinary Jewish bluegrass singer-songwriter Ismay, who traces the roots of music icon Lucinda Williams through the people and places that impacted her early career. Part of SF IndieFest. Prices vary.

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