SAVE THE DATE: APRIL 4-8, 2017

15TH OAKLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

We would like to thank you Oakland for coming out once again in celebration of independent films from Oakland filmmakers and filmmakers from around the world. Each day had a special moment of filmmakers and the stories they tell used to discuss different aspects of our human experience. Special thanks to: Eugene Corr, Bradley Littlefield, Kelly Amis, Juan Davis, Katebah Al-Olefi, “Mo” Morris, Ericka Eng, Pendarvis Harshaw, , Alrick Bursell, Helder Pedro, Lyn Goldfarb, Robert Phillipson, The Perez Brothers, Oji Singletary, Cheo Tyehimba Taylor, Preston Curley Dlabrie, Phillip Vielma, Joseph Skorman, Anthony Aguilar, Alexander Lee, Tamara Perkins, James Gardiner and others for sharing your films at this years 14th Oakland International Film Festival.

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“Njinga – Queen of Angola” – at the Grand Lake Theater April 7th at 8:30 – 11:45 p.m.
screens with “Body and Soul” and “Rebel Child”.

Njinga at the Grand Lake Theater

Prior to Njinga, we will screen a few independent short films from Oakland filmmakers. For the second year in a row, we are honored to feature Kelly Amis’s “Think of Calvin,” Alrik Bursell’s “brother” and Juan Davis’s “Rebel Child.” These short films along with Njinga, speak to war across the seas and the war within America. Additionally, Oakland filmmakers such Helder Pedro have taken reality a step forward to what if a person could change to whomever they desired in the short film “The Somebody.” Check out the trailers below!


Anthony Mancuso - Director of Eastside Sushi Presents to Packed audience at OIFF13

Mayor Libby Schaaf, Recording Artist Martin Luther and Robin Bates, Founde of Maison de la Culture Noire Américaine share a moment

OIFF14 screenings at the Grand Lake Theater will be Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Don't mess with Oakland filmmakers Kelly Amis and Sandra Smith @ OIFF14

Films from around the world like MCREAM screened @OIFF13

||Oakland filmmaker|| now in Los Angeles, David Lockhart (center) returned to Oakland to share his latest feature film


DAY 1


DATE / TIME

APRIL 5th – 5:30 – 7:30 P.M.

LOCATION

Holy Names University

FILM(S)

Filmmaker Eugene Corr and others representing the film will be present.

TICKETS


DAY 2




DAY 2

April 6th, 4:30 – 5:15 p.m.

Holy Names University

April 6th – 5:20 p.m.-6:45 p.m.

Holy Names University

The documentary film: “A New Color: The Art of Being Edythe Boone”



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