Iconoclast Productions brings hot urban films by independent Black filmmakers who direct like the pros
The San Francisco Black Independent Film Festival will screen three films – “Clean Mic” plus the short “Distractions” by Kevin Craig West and the feature length “The Candy Shop” by Alton Glass, a parody about an egocentric airbrush artist who runs a lingerie shop that specializes in edible body art. The festival will be held in Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Main Public Library, 101 Larkin St., San Francisco, on Sunday, Feb. 15, 1-6 p.m. Admission is free.
Another new development for Iconoclast is the nonprofit’s sponsorship of the African American Media Arts Association at City College of San Francisco. The Inter Club Council recognized club encourages both student film and student audio producers, and the Fillmore’s own native born celebrity Rappin 4-Tay has committed to a February fundraiser on campus. “I always have supported the young up and comers, but with my oldest child now being college aged, this issue has really come to the forefront in my mind,” said Mr. Forte, proud father of Lil 4-Tay, who along with Roach Gigz performs in the group B.I.G.