"Pop GeeksSchedule Released For 17th Annual Another Hole in the Head Film Festival," Peter Paltridge
SF IndieFest is prepping for their seventeenth annual Another Hole in the Head Film Festival; the last San Francisco film festival of 2020. Over forty feature films and over 250 short films will be screened during this special event.
But you don’t have to get in your car and head there this time…in fact, this year you don’t even have to live in San Francisco. This is your one chance to experience the Another Hole In The Head Film Festival no matter where you live! It’s happening on Eventive.org and Zoom.us. Tickets are now on sale and the full schedule has been reproduced below.
The 17th annual Another Hole In The Head Film Festival lasts from December 11th through the 27th. Individual tickets cost $10; a full pass is $125, a ten-film pass is $75 and a five-film pass is $40. Some events are free (and marked below as such).
Saturday, December 5 , 7pm Festival Previews (Free!) The festival staff will be on hand to screen trailers for this year’s films, and discuss them live with the filmmakers. Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8rXxFhgBTUazs8lD2C6xvw
Sunday, December 6 , 5 pm Festival Previews Part Two (Free!) The festival staff will be on hand to screen trailers for this year’s films, and discuss them live with the filmmakers. Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ndHrbOFERa6tYN3g6pRY1A
Friday, December 11, 8 pm Terminator: The Dark Years (A Fan Film) This celebration of the franchise aims to create something nostalgic, yet new. Compiled by Josh Nitsche. Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-XlHenGcQaCaWmUvuyh6mA
Saturday, December 12 4 pm: Assorted Short Films An eclectic mix of themes and genres. 6 pm: Cecily and Lydia at the Waypoint Directed by Juliette Strangio On a lush, but lonely earth, Cecily walks. Alone in her house, Lydia waits. One balmy afternoon, the two women meet in this Twilight Zone-styled Fantasy film. 8 pm: Murder Bury Win Directed by Michael Lovan In this thriller, a mysterious stranger offers to publish an indie board game—if the creators agree to relinquish all credit. Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_86P60RzDTtSAkGY7lVq0Gg
Sunday, December 13 4 pm: Assorted Short Films An eclectic mix of themes and genres. 6 pm: Danni and The Vampire Directed by Max Werkmeister A madcap drifter tries to reignite a special feeling from her past by helping a vampire achieve his dreams in this Horror Comedy. 8 pm: Joe Finds Grace Directed by Anthony Harrison A disfigured institute patient wanders off into an animated world of fantasy and reality in search of his long lost sister. Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_V_PItGdIREqdOwU0RQYZtw
Thursday, December 17 , 7 pm Live Game Show Special (Free!) Guess the classic genre films and win prizes! Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1W6gAIJtS5i3M1EMrhsGAQ
Friday, December 18 , 8 pm Jorge Torres-Torres’ Supercut (A Fan Film) The man behind Evil Dead Revision brings us his latest creation, drawing from Death Wish and other great films. Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_r-4juwuQTqSSiSnwhqvsbA
Saturday, December 19 4 pm: Assorted Short Films An eclectic mix of themes and genres. 6 pm: Precarious Directed by Weston Terray A young man searches for a cursed fortune in an inescapable 1960s dreamscape. This surreal film was shot in Emeryville, Berkeley, and Petaluma. 8 pm: Sister Tempest Directed by Joe Badon A woman’s troubled relationship with her missing sister becomes the subject of an alien tribunal in this dark sci-fi comedy. Regis