Barry Jenkins Brings FUTURESTATES to SF

Posted on April 2, 2011


Last week ITVS, KQED, and Public Works hosted more than 150 sci-fi fans to ring in the second season of FUTURESTATES. The San Francisco based organizations celebrated their fellow Bay Area filmmaker Barry Jenkins and his short Remigration. In the clip below, Barry summarizes the evening for BTB fans who were unable to attend…


Filmmaker Robby Henson’s short Asparagus was also screened during the event. Both of those films are available to watch for free online at Plus, fans were given a look at two short films from the new season of Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories — KQED’s exciting showcase for the best documentary films about California, made by independent filmmakers.  


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