5:30 - 7:30
100 Larkin St.
Join us for a retrospective of San Francisco VideoFest --an annual showcase of independent Latino and Latin American video featuring short drama, experimental, animation, and documentary forms, produced by the staff of the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts. The festival, now in its seventh year, both nurtures the creative talents of the Bay Area's emerging Latino video artists and nets Latin American video artists that come in "under-the-radar." The festival reflects the broad diversity that exists in the Bay Area's Latino community and spans the breadth of Latin American experience.
Program features a 40-minute collection of video shorts. A post-screening discussion MCd by Radio Bilingüe's Chelis Lopez will feature VideoFest founder Adrian Arias and other VideoFest contributing directors.