Eighth Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival November 2 & 3
September 25, 2019
News Courtesy of Veterans Film Festival~~~
Please share and join us at this year's San Francisco Veterans Film Festival.
San Francisco Public Library proudly hosts the Eighth Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival (SFVFF) on Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3, 2019.
SFVFF provides a unique forum for veterans to find expression, healing, and community while increasing the public’s awareness of the multitude of challenges facing our nation’s military veterans.
These powerful independent films explore complex topics including the over-prescription of medications, alternative paths to healing, female veterans coping with trauma and PTSD, Native American and Chinese American experiences in the service and back home, investigations into profiteering and corruption, and the complicated situation for Iraqi and Afghan citizens who serve as US military interpreters.
San Francisco Veterans Film Festival was founded by San Francisco non-profit organization OneVet OneVoice. It is sponsored by One Vet One Voice, San Francisco Public Library, American Legion Post 505, and San Francisco Art Commission Main Gallery.
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