Can’t Eat Film

Last July I volunteered to become an intern in the Publicity Department of the San Francisco Film Society (SFFS), knowing that my service would reach fulfillment in the 50th San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF50). Having worked the 49th as a Festival Volunteer, I wanted to experience the 50th from the inside.

My group’s major activity culminated with a Press Conference on April 3rd, when all of the Festival films were announced to the public.

Now, we’re “in the field.” On April 25th, our office moved lock, stock, computers, catalogs and screeners to the Sundance Cinemas Kabuki, an old 8 screen theater in Japantown, recently bought and remodeled by Sundance Cinemas, a spin-off, along with the Sundance Channel, of Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival.

So now I’ll be either working at the festival or watching some films, so there won’t be much cooking and eating, let alone writing about it.

On the other hand, you’re invited to visit my family website, where I’m writing about my film experiences.

Remember that menu of the week that filled this space a while back?
Here’s what it looks like this week.

Where’s the eats?

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