October 20, 2019

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KMEL, KBLX, KPFA, KPOO, Wanda Sabir Wanda's Picks-Oakland International Film Festival Hits the Airwaves
September 15, 2019

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Lights, Camera, Action! 
The 17th Oakland International Film Festival (OIFF17) kicks off a series of independent film screenings, panels, and special events on featuring and networking independent filmmakers and amplifying the stories they tell.  Here are just a few links to media outlets telling you all about the Oakland International Film Festival: iHeart Radio's Larry Dorsey of KMEL & more.  Click here to hear Dorsey's interview of David Roach that will air on the following stations: 
Wild 94.9 (KYLD): 6am-6:30am Sundays
Star 1013 (KIOI): 11:30pm-12am Sundays
IHeart 80s (K0SF): 7am-7:30am Sundays
98.1 The Breeze 98.1 (KISQ) 6am-6:30am Sundays
Real Talk 910AM (KKSF) 10pm-10:30pm Saturdays
*Also available worldwide on the iHeart Radio App!
David Roach, Founder Oakland International Film Festival Interviewed 9/6 on KPFA's Full Circle with Stevie G.
Hear "KBLX Cares" with Sterling James at 4:30 a.m. Sunday, September 10th. Post coming here soon: 
https://kblx.com/kblx-cares/ for those who are not early risers.
Filmmaker Jon Osaki On KTVU for OIFF Screening
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the Oakland Asian Cultural Center Day 2 of OIFF.
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Links Coming Soon: Wanda Sabir's Wanda's Picks
Visit www.oiff.org for more Oakland International Film Festival information. 
For the complete schedule of film, tickets, visit: http://oiff.org/schedule and 
Media Note:
For an interview with David Roach and filmmakers, contact Jackie Wright, Wright Enterprises at 
415 525 0410.
Day of Action News from Community Leader Roberto Hernandez Monday, September 16th at 11:00 a.m.
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Art is "Más" than Entertainment...
Christian Dior: From Paris to the World @DMA salutes Las Dia de los Muertos in fashion as the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company does so in word and deed with the play, "Death and The Artist" adapted by Carlos Baron and Directed by Marcelo Javier.
In advance of Dia de los Muertos, The San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company (SF BATCO) generates laughter and lively thought as it examines life and death with dramedy, "Death and The Artist," October 17 (preview) through November 3, 2019  at Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
Touching on moral questions we all face about life, death, inequity, and immigration, with a diverse cast and Latino culture at the heart of its creative adaptation, BATCO's "Death and the Artist," dramedy juggles the past and present.  Click the image or here for more information.  Reserve Your Tickets Here.
Angela Bassett Gives An Empowering Speech As She Accepts The Icon Award | Black Girls Rock 2019
Angela Rocks as She Give Thanks for The Icon Award @ Black Girls Rock 2019. (Link courtesy of Silicon Valley Black Chamber of Commerce).
Andrea Miller of Reclaim Our Vote in the Bay Area
September 25-October 3rd...More Info Coming Soon!
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Follow the Money...
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Start Tripping...Bon Voyage 
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Mayor London N. Breed, along with Senator Scott Wiener and Supervisor Rafael Mandelman, announced Wednesday, October 7, 2019, the next steps for implementing a strengthened conservatorship program in San Francisco.
In the heart of San Francisco's Mission District, media and guests will preview Chilean playwright and SF State's Carlos Barón's "Death and The Artist" directed by San Francisco native Marcelo Javier, at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.