SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – San Francisco film buffs should clear their schedule for the next two weeks. It’s time for the 56th annual San Francisco International Film Festival coming up April 25th through May 9th.
The films cover a variety of subjects and groups including aging gay men, Korean gangsters, African child brides, and U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.
Director of Programming Rachel Rosen says the range of topics covered in the films should appeal to all kinds of viewers.
KCBS’ Connie C. Kim talks to Director of Programming Rachel Rosen: