Judging for the 2016 SJFF is done and filmmakers are sending in their press material and films. We are excited to present a program that includes powerful films on worker rights, immigration, prisoner justice, privacy and surveillance, union struggle, reproductive rights, cyberbullying, Black Lives Matter, Native American rights, police violence, refugees, trafficking, financial control and austerity, shoreline restoration, disability rights, ending war, and more. Complete details will be online within a week.
**A sneak preview:
The 2016 festival features will be East of Salinas, The Good Mind, Goodwin’s Way, Here’s to Flint, If I See You I’ll Say Hi, In Our Son’s Name, Jackson, Katarina Taikon, Kidnap Capital, Killswitch, Milwaukee 53206, On the Farm, Promised Land, Scene Queen, Transient, La Troisième Langue, and Zona Intangible.
Festival shorts will be: A Job I Can Enjoy, Baltimore: A Moment to a Movement, A Call to Action, Children in Gold, Climb to Justice, Counter Act, Divestment Victory at Columbia, An Education, Exile Incessant, Fare Share, Fashion to Die For, Film Forever, For the Birds, From Flint, HOPPLA!, I Am a #young worker, Invisibility, La Condena, Les Cloys, Limpiadores, Local Treasure, Mothering Inside, Nation, Poison Control, The Real Work, Right to Be Rescued, Safe Passage, Surviving International Boulevard, Tadaima, Thailand’s Seafood Slaves, Transit Zone, Truth Seekers, Voices from Kaw Thoo Lei, The Wall, What Makes Black People Black?
**Full Program Schedule to be Posted Soon!**