I am not your negro, is the first film of the free festival presented by Proxy SF in Hayes Valley

PROXY SF (PROXY HERE FOR NOW) will open the 3rd edition of its Fall Fill Festival on September 22, 2017 with the screening of I am not your negro.


PROXY SF, located at the heart of Hayes Valley, developed a pretty modern and appealing concept dedicated to art, food and culture. For the last 2 years, industrial recycled containers have ben installed on this 2 block section in Hayes Valley, between Hayes and Fell Streets. Smitten Ice Cream, the now renowned Biergarten, the fashion store Aether, Juice Shop, Ritual Coffee to name just a few, are now part of the local landscape.


PROXY SF' ambition and purpose is to beflexible and follow, initiate, encourage and support new trends, styles, curiosities gravitating in San Francisco. Like an incubator for the everything aboutart, culture, fashion and entertainment.


Free outdoor cinema season is about ot start with the Proxy Fall Film festival following the Spring series. Your Fall Fridays will be Movie Fridays with a great selection of 5 films.


Friday, September 22: I Am Not Your Negro
By Raoul Peck, 2016 [PG-13]


First movie on the line up. 

"The history of America is the history of the Negro in America. And it's not a pretty picture." The whole documentary, with the voice of Samuel L. Jackson to deliver James Baldwin's prose, resonates like a prophecy, a prediction, an anticipation of current events and developments.




Friday, September 29: The Big Sick
By Michael Showalter, 2017 [R]


Pakistan-born comedian Kumail Nanjiani and grad student Emily Gardner fall in love but struggle as their cultures clash. When Emily contracts a mysterious illness, Kumail finds himself forced to face her feisty parents, his family's expectations, and his true feelings.





Take a look at the whole program > Full line up at Proxy Fall Film Festival. 




Don't bring any drink (you will find everything you could need within the next block), don't forget to check the ratings (definitely not a family festival) and bring a blanket or anything warm, it is always a great idea.





Full line up

Free admission