Sunday, February 21, 5:30pm - 6:30pm (EST)
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7th Annual SF Urban Film Fest
San Francisco is now known as the most expensive housing market in the United States. It’s the opposite of affordable housing. But lurking amidst gleaming towers and $5000/month 1-bedrooms is a hidden city of affordable housing that has a dramatic past and a well-funded future. Walking Cinema: Museum of the Hidden City opens this city of affordability up to audiences and explores how affordable housing in San Francisco is simultaneously a giant failure and an evolving process just coming into its own. Through an immersive audio and augmented reality app, audiences can walk into the first chapter of this four-part series.
All audiences--in San Francisco and beyond--can join the project’s director, Michael Epstein, andone of the featured writer/poets, Samuel Getachew, to explore Museum of the Hidden City’s inventive method of immersive storytelling and the implications for impact through a Zoom panel on Sunday, February 21st at 2:30 PM PST.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
Register for your Zoom link on our website. We will email you information on how to join on February21 at 2:30pm PST.
If you are in the Bay Area, DOWNLOAD THE APP and take the Museum of the Hidden City "walking tour" in the Fillmore District of San Franciso. The app is free to download and physical-distancing friendly. Wear your mask. (http://www.seehidden.city/download)
Register for link!
SF Urban Film Fest, email@example.com