ONERE at the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival

Please join us at the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival for the west coast premiere of Kevin Pontuti's ONERE. 

Shorts Program
5-7pm

Q&A and filmmaker social to follow the screening.

The Roxie Theater
3117 16th Street, San Francisco, CA

About the San Francisco Frozen Film Festival
July 20 - July 22

Tickets
https://ticketing.us.veezi.com/purchase/2930?siteToken=4m48btf3yavn7xjk5yxk6nc40c

The San Francisco Frozen Film Festival is a Nonprofit organization founded in 2006 that is dedicated to creating avenues for independent filmmakers, youth, filmmakers of conscience, and artists from under served communities to come together and exhibit their work to the widest possible audience. 

From our opening night gala featuring local musicians, local performers and local fine artists, to cutting edge student work, the Frozen Film Festival is helping to lead the film industry through an independent grass roots movement. Creative thinking and raw talent will rise if given a chance.

The San Francisco Frozen Film Festival is held every summer in the heart of the Mission district in San Francisco at the Roxie Theatre. Filmmakers whose work is accepted into the festival are invited to come to the city by the bay in the dead of summer to screen and discuss their work.

In addition to our annual international film festival, the SFFFF Youth Program is specifically focused on demonstrating to underserved youth that existing pathways do exist to help them find a career in the film arts. SFFFF holds annual music and art performances, as well as youth programming and awards presentations.

About ONERE
Onere uses magical realism to explore themes of resilience, loss and self-acceptance. The film premiered at the Duluth-Superior Film Festival (USA) last summer and won awards at the Altered Aesthetics Film Festival (USA), Flyway Film Festival (USA), FEDAXV (Chile) and the top “Human Path Award” at the Pi Greco Zen Film Festival (Italy).

About Kevin Pontuti
Kevin Pontuti is an artist and educator based in the USA. He received his MFA from Syracuse University in 1993 then moved to California where he founded the Los Angeles-based production company Studio P Inc. His image-making expertise and collaborative spirit attracted many top artists and designers to his studio. In 2009, Pontuti accepted a professorship at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. In 2017, he returns to California to lead University of the Pacific's MEDIA X program. His teaching and creative practice include photography, cinematic arts and transmedia studies.

http://pontuti.com/
http://www.penitentproductions.com/
http://www.frozenfilmfestival.com/index.php