Golden State Warriors Invited as Danny Glover's "93 Days" Opens San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX
Amid the excitement of the opening of Actor & Humanitarian Danny Glover's "93 Days," a Nollywood produced film, the Golden State Warriors are invited to attend San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX, June 15-18 with films from around the world to entertain, educate, enlighten and engage. Wright Enterprises' Jackie Wright, a first time filmmaker has a film co-directed with Jack LiVolsi in the festival, "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor," that screens at the Marines Memorial Hotel, Sunday, June 18th during a "Tribute to Veterans & Fathers," 3:45 p.m. The screening to include other films, begins at 2:00 p.m. Marines Memorial Hotel is located at 609 Sutter Street in San Francisco. See all the great films of San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX, including a free community program at the DeYoung Museum in Golden Gate Park, Tonight, June 16, 2017.
Following the successful Wednesday June 14 packed standing room only Media Briefing & VIP Reception at the San Francisco Veterans Building, Opening Night for San Francisco Film Festival XIX is “An Intimate Night with Danny Glover, synchronizing with the spirit and theme of the festival’s multicultural mission to create a platform for emerging filmmakers to engage established artists.
Congratulations Warriors! You Told the Cavs "Not Today!" Now Take Your Seat With Danny Glover @ San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX!
Posted originally on Jun 12, 2017, it seems the Wright Enterprises e-news about the Warriors' Invitation to the San Francisco Black Film Festival on Opening Night With Danny Glover was enough to launch their victory. Congratulations to all the Warriors from the Team to the Front Office to the behind the scenes staff that help them keep it moving! So folks, we can thank Danny Glover and his new film "93 Days" for inspiring the Warriors to Win It Again!
See the latest from the San Francisco Black Film Festival at it is "Red Carpet Ready" with Danny Glover and a host of emerging filmmakers as the festivals various venues give you a "Tour of San Francisco!"
Check it out! SF Black Film Festival XIX at various venues in San Francisco, giving you "A Tour of San Francisco," shares some facts about the overall festival and public service announcements for you to share on social media. Join the fun in San Francisco @SFBFF.
W.E. Community Spotlight highlights San Francisco writer's Op/Ed; Memorial Day Tributes including the work of Ray and Pia Bows as the Daytona Tribune focuses on the Bows' Military Books; Upcoming San Francisco Black Film Festival XIX's Memorial Day Tribute on Father's Day and a "Gone too Soon" Farewell to Civil Rights Activist and Artist Mary L. Booker.
With films honoring veterans, the San Francisco Black Film Festival will screen its publicist Jackie Wright's film about the impact of the Vietnam War on families with a fifty year look that starts at the reburial of her war hero father and her mother at Arlington National Cemetery and concludes with a visit to Vietnam. Wright's short of 14 minutes, "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor" will anchor other military-themed films Father's Day at the Marines' Memorial Hotel.
Jackie Wright of W.E. Moderates San Francisco African American Entrepreneurs - Their Vision, Path & Journey-May 16th
You are invited to join the conversation at the historic Mariposa Yacht Club at 405 Terry A. Francois Blvd, named after the first Black person on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. History will surely be made surrounded by such important historic markers. Be a part of the conversation. Be a part of economic history in the making. Be a Part of the Vision as You find Your Path and Embark on Your Journey! We're Better Together! See you There!
SF Chronicle: "Go Home"...Not Exactly...Go See "Fresh Prince of Bel- Air's "Home" at LHT...SF Small Business Week & More
See the San Francisco Chronicle article about "Home," San Francisco Small Business Week, SoJourner Truth Luncheon, The San Francisco Black Film Festival and more!
A panel of African American Women who have been in business close to 20 years in the City and County of San Francisco, who have been "Leading the Charge," will share stories of success in contracting. This is a free entrepreneurship panel hosted by PG&E for SF Small Business Week. The event is Thursday, May 18th, 3:30pm to 5:00pm