Trump Insanity Got You Down?
Need a little inspiration to remind you what's happening locally in San Francisco - and across the country?
Join us for a free community screening of San Francisco documentary, "Company Town" at the San Francisco Art Institute during the first month of resistance to the Trump administration nationally.
WHERE: San Francisco Art Institute, 800 Chestnut - auditorium theater
WHEN: Saturday, January 28th - 6:00pm-8:00pm @ the San Francisco Art Institute auditorium
WHO: Sponsored by Supervisor Aaron Peskin, Telegraph Hill Dwellers, North Beach Business Association, Middle Polk Neighborhood Association and Lower Polk Neighbors
Please join us after the screening for a Q&A with the filmmakers, Alan Snitow & Deborah Kaufman, Supervisor Aaron Peskin and author and columnist David Talbot
Join your neighbors after protesting Trump in a conversation about the challenges SF is facing locally! Stay engaged! And spread the word!
More on "Company Town":
The once free-spirited city of San Francisco is now a “Company Town,” a playground for tech moguls of the “sharing economy.” Airbnb is the biggest hotel. Uber privatizes transit. And now these companies want political power as well. Meanwhile, middle class and ethnic communities are driven out by skyrocketing rents and evictions–sparking a grassroots backlash that challenges the oligarchy of tech. Is this the future of cities around the world? The feature-length documentary, “Company Town,” is the story of an intense election campaign to determine the fate of the city at the epicenter of the digital revolution. Produced and directed by Deborah Kaufman and Alan Snitow. Edited by Manuel Tsingaris. 2016, 77 minutes
You can watch the trailer here: