A New Land and a Dream

Each summer for the past 10 years, San Francisco indie filmmakers have proven that you don’t have to take forever to make a good movie.

This somber and poignant look at the touchy issues of immigration and multi-cultural marriage is good proof.

We’re just kidding of course (about the poignancy, not about the fact that this hilarious tale was made in 48 hours).

The competition begins again on June 8th this year and the films that are created by nearly 50 filmmaking teams will begin screening in the theater on June 13th.

Full information can be found on the SF 48HFP website or the competition Facebook page.


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