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ATA: Bay Area Black Independent Film Festival

February 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Special Guest Meosha Bean

Meosha Bean is a award winning actress, filmmaker. Voted best upcoming director in 2012 at the New Jersey film festival. Owner of M.V.B Films which was established in 2003. Her projects includes Dark Rises (2013) that has all star cast. Miss Pepper short film (2013), that has gained almost 30,000 views in 1 week upon release. Join her for a series of shorts and Q&A.
Mr. Nightmare

Mr.Nightmare : Nightmares That Read Into Reality

Director: Meosha Bean

Run time: 3:12
Nightmare At The Cinema

Nightmare at The Cinema – Scary Stories We all enjoy going to the cinema to watch a good movie but let’s not forget about the creeps that go to the movies to watch us instead.

Director: Meosha Bean

Run time: 4;55
Danger World

In Danger World by Luchina Fisher A 13-year-old girl and her grandpa struggle to survive in a zombie infested world.

Run time: 18:41
PM White

In White by A. Sayeed Clark It’s another 120-degree day with five more days to Christmas and hot is the only season left in New York City. Global warming has become a tangible threat and everyone is creating new ways to protect themselves from the sun. Bato and his wife Gina are expecting a baby, but they weren’t expecting it so early. Although they planned to have the baby at home, Gina now requires the services of a clinic for the premature delivery. With no money for the clinic, Bato enters into a race against the sun, the birth, his community and even his own identity to save his family.

Run time 15 minutes
Intermission
Penelope

Penelope, dreamed up by Maris Wilson is a modern day witch – a Venefica, to be exact. Today, in the middle of an isolated forest, she must endure the mystical rite of passage that determines whether her abilities will be used for good or for evil.

Run time: 7:29
WAKE

Wake by Bree Newsome tells the tale of a repressed woman murders her domineering father, then using a local folk magic called “root work”, she conjures a demon to aid her in creating the man of her dreams— but soon finds herself in a waking nightmare.

Run time: 21:29
Gorenos

In Clarence Williams’ Gorenos a young man that becomes haunted by a supernatural entity in the wake of his 18th birthday. Influenced by films like Scream, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Paranormal Activity, Gorenos is a fresh and self-aware entry into the horror genre that boasts a hip and diverse cast of new and established talents

Run time 1:21:29

Details

Date:
February 17
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue

Artists’ Television Access
992 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110 United States
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Phone:
(415) 824-3890
Website:
http://www.atasite.org/