Posts tagged film
'Life is Fare' Director Sephora Woldu on her “love letter” to the Tenderloin [KALW Radio]

When self-taught San Francisco filmmaker, Sephora Woldu began production on her debut feature-length film Life Is Fare, she wanted to make what she describes as a “love letter” to the Tenderloin neighborhood she calls home. Listen to her interview on KALW Public Radio segment.

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This Film Set in the Tenderloin Took Four Years to Make [SF Weekly]

With an exhibit called "The Shoots," the Tenderloin Museum acknowledges the effort to create Sephora Woldu’s Life Is Fare. Catch the film screening on Thursday, Sept. 27 at the Tenderloin Museum and in November at the Museum of the African Diaspora. Read the full article on the SF Weekly.

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