Take a break from the news and join us for a voyage into other dimensions as linguistics professor Louise Banks (Amy Adams) struggles to interpret the language of alien visitors.
Horror, satire, mystery, and racial tension come together in this nail-biter from comedy team Key & Peele's Jordan Peele
Join us for two films from the heart from two local directors: Elaine Holliman's Oscar-nominated CHICKS IN WHITE SATIN (1994) and Jazmin Jamias's I HATE THE COLOR RED, an Albany FilmFest Audience Favorite. Stay for Q&A as Elaine and Jazmin discuss the nitty-gritty of making your first film, and what's changed and what hasn't for women filmmakers.
A compelling and often heartbreaking look at what’s at stake for our economy, health, and climate. The mining industry is on the edge. What does it mean for our future?
Enjoy the winning films of Albany FilmFest 2017. See them again or for the first time, and bring your friends! And yes, there will be popcorn.
Join us for an evening of family-friendly short independent films from the 7th Annual Albany FilmFest, benefiting the Oakland Youth Chorus.
An eclectic mix of short documentaries, narrative, and animated films from the Bay Area, the nation, and the world. Six themed shows make it easy to find what you like.
Free popcorn, free short films
These powerful environmental short films from Bay Area directors are inspiring, thought-provoking, and empowering. Watch and learn, then stay for the filmmaker Q&A that follows.