Good Pitch San Francisco 2011

Tue 27 Sep 2011

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Good Pitch returned to the West Coast on September 27th 2011 to a packed house at Marines' Memorial Theatre on Sutter Street.

Films

  • All Fall Down (formerly Baltimore in Black and White; American Village)

    Synopsis in updating process presently.

  • Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek (formerly Turkey Creek)

    Turkey Creek tells the story of a group of determined Mississippians who struggle to save their endangered Gulf Coast community in the face of rampant development, industrial pollution and disaster. Bridge the Gulf is a citizen journalism and new media initiative designed to help the Gulf Coast’s most marginalized communities convey their stories and their vision for the future.

  • God Loves Uganda

    In a journey that spans two continents, African-American director Roger Williams, son of a Baptist minister, explores the nature of belief—in America, where congregants search for spiritual meaning, and in Uganda, where American missionaries and Ugandan evangelicals struggle for the hearts and souls of a people facing dire poverty and tumultuous social change.

  • How To Survive A Plague

    Using never-before-seen archival footage, How to Survive a Plague is the intense story of how AIDS stopped being a death sentence, and the improbable group of young HIV-positive activists who, though lacking scientific training, infiltrated the pharmaceutical industry to help develop effective, breakthrough medications. They saved millions of lives -- including many, though not all, of their own.

  • Reportero

    A veteran reporter and his colleagues at an embattled news weekly challenge the drug cartels and corrupt local officials during a wave of unprecedented violence against journalists in Mexico.

  • The Invisible War

    Invisible War is an investigative and powerfully emotional documentary about the epidemic of rape within the US military, the institutions that perpetuate and cover up its existence, and its profound personal and social consequences.

Location

Marines' Memorial Theatre

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