San Francisco Silent Film Festival 2017: podcast report

The San Francisco Silent Film Festival has just closed for another year. Four days of movies and music at the sumptuous Castro Theatre – and this time I was actually there! Pinch me, I still can’t believe it’s true. In this short podcast, I run through a few of my highlights of the weekend and try to give a flavour of this fantastic event. Enjoy!

San Francisco Silent Film Festival 2017: podcast report

Home-from-home for the next four days #sfsff22

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2 thoughts on “San Francisco Silent Film Festival 2017: podcast report”

  1. Be grateful you never had to experience the original Castro seating, they were original to the mid-1920s and exceedingly uncomfortable and lumpy. Great to meet you and wonderful recap!

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