Join Superfest for a film extravaganza on November 2, 2014. Be provoked and entertained by eleven short films that portray disability culture in all its diverse and empowering facets.
The entire event starts promptly at 11:00 a.m. and ends at 5:30 p.m. The films are divided into two sessions, each highlighting a unique group of films. You may purchase a ticket for each session or buy an all-day pass. For more details about the event and show times, visit superfest.com.
One of the films being showcased is “Everything is Incredible,” which highlights how perseverance, resilience and unwavering glee emanating from one individual can have vastly impactful positive effects on his entire community. Agustin, the film’s central character, reminds us all that everything can truly be incredible if only we dream big enough.
We already have sold an unprecedented number of tickets and anticipate selling out, so do not delay in purchasing your tickets! Our morning session is quickly filling up, and our afternoon session is almost completely full. All-day passes remain available, but not for long.
Tickets may be purchased directly on the Contemporary Jewish Museum’s website. We cannot guarantee that tickets will be available the day of the event because of the extreme outpouring of support for this year’s festival.
PLEASE NOTE: Sunday is the end of daylight savings time, which means that we must “fall back” one hour. Plan accordingly and set your alarms to be at Superfest on time. You won’t want to miss a minute!
The Superfest International Disability Film Festival is coordinated by LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired and San Francisco State’s Longmore Institute.