West Coast Premiere - SF IndieFest 2014
Feb
18
7:00 pm19:00

West Coast Premiere - SF IndieFest 2014

I HATE MYSELF :) makes its West Coast premiere at San Francisco's 2014 Independent Film Festival. A Q&A with filmmaker Joanna Arnow and co-editor Max Karson will follow the screening. 

Venue:
The Roxie Theater
3117 16th Street
San Francisco, CA

Tickets are available online

 

About the festival:
The San Francisco Independent Film Festival (SF Indie) celebrates its “Sweet 16″ from February 6-20, 2014. This annual festival showcases the best in independent, alternative, and subversive cinema from around the globe.

“One of the city’s biggest film festivals” – SF Station
”Sundance may have sold out, but SF IndieFest
keeps it real” – Annie Lo, Flavorpill

West Coast Premiere - SF IndieFest 2014
Feb
14
7:00 pm19:00

West Coast Premiere - SF IndieFest 2014

  • Roxie Theater

I HATE MYSELF :) makes its West Coast premiere at San Francisco's 2014 Independent Film Festival. A Q&A with filmmaker Joanna Arnow will follow the screening. 

Venue:
The Roxie Theater
3117 16th Street
San Francisco, CA

Tickets are available online

 

About the festival:
The San Francisco Independent Film Festival (SF Indie) celebrates its “Sweet 16″ from February 6-20, 2014. This annual festival showcases the best in independent, alternative, and subversive cinema from around the globe.

“One of the city’s biggest film festivals” – SF Station
”Sundance may have sold out, but SF IndieFest
keeps it real” – Annie Lo, Flavorpill

West Coast Premiere - SF IndieFest 2014
Feb
11
7:00 pm19:00

West Coast Premiere - SF IndieFest 2014

  • New Parkway Theater

I HATE MYSELF :) makes its West Coast premiere at San Francisco's 2014 Independent Film Festival. 

Venue:
New Parkway Theater
474 24th St
Oakland, CA 94612

Tickets are available online
 

About the festival:
The San Francisco Independent Film Festival (SF Indie) celebrates its “Sweet 16″ from February 6-20, 2014. This annual festival showcases the best in independent, alternative, and subversive cinema from around the globe.

“One of the city’s biggest film festivals” – SF Station
”Sundance may have sold out, but SF IndieFest
keeps it real” – Annie Lo, Flavorpill

Jan
11
7:15 pm19:15

International Premiere - Unknown Pleasures Film Festival 2014 (Berlin, Germany)

  • Babylon

I HATE MYSELF :) will have its international premiere at the 2014 Unknown Pleasures film festival in Berlin, with two screenings on January 8th & 11th.

Both screenings will be followed by a Q&A with director Joanna Arnow.

RSVP on Facebook to receive updates about this event. 

 

About the Festival:
Bodacious and independent: UNKNOWN PLEASURES - American Independent Film Festival presents US-American films made outside of the mainstream film industry. Forceful in form and content, diversified and adventurous, they stand for intelligent as well as entertaining cinema, defying both Hollywood and independent mainstream. 

For more information, visit Unknown Pleasures online

Jan
8
7:30 pm19:30

International Premiere - Unknown Pleasures Film Festival 2014 (Berlin, Germany)

  • Babylon

I HATE MYSELF :) will have its international premiere at the 2014 Unknown Pleasures film festival in Berlin, with two screenings on January 8th & 11th.

Both screenings will be followed by a Q&A with director Joanna Arnow. 

RSVP on Facebook to receive updates about this event. 

 

About the Festival:
Bodacious and independent: UNKNOWN PLEASURES - American Independent Film Festival presents US-American films made outside of the mainstream film industry. Forceful in form and content, diversified and adventurous, they stand for intelligent as well as entertaining cinema, defying both Hollywood and independent mainstream. 

For more information, visit Unknown Pleasures online

 

NYC Screening - Videology Local Filmmaker Showcase
Dec
30
8:00 pm20:00

NYC Screening - Videology Local Filmmaker Showcase

I HATE MYSELF :) will have a one night screening at Videology, Williamsburg's popular movie theater/bar. The Local Filmmaker Showcase is a weekly series that features works from up and coming filmmakers from the New York City area. The screening will be followed by a Q&A at 9:00pm with director Joanna Arnow. 

Videology
308 Bedford Ave. (between S 1st & S 2nd St.)
Brooklyn, NY 
For more information, visit Videology online