Time & Location

Apr 29, 2022, 4:30 PM PST

620 Jones
620 Jones St, San Francisco, CA 94102

About the Event

The SFFILM Festival is back in person April 21-May 1! The 2022 lineup features a range of marquee premieres, international competitions, compelling documentaries, and dazzling red carpet events. We are excited to co-present I Didn’t See You There, a personal film that reflects on matters of visibility, family, and the freak show by Reid Davenport, Oakland resident and filmmaker (and friend of The Kelsey). Winner of, Sundance’s U.S. Documentary Directing Award 2022 and many critical acclaim, Reid will join us for the happy hour before the film.

Join The Kelsey for an Inclusion Hour pre-screening meetup at 4:30 PM at the cocktail bar 620 Jones on 620 Jones Street, just a few blocks away from the theater. To RSVP or for any questions about the event, please email ari@thekelsey.org

Click here to purchase your tickets for the film (make sure to select the Friday, April 29th screening) and use the promo code BF586MU to get discounted tickets. For more information about I Didn’t See You There, click here

Inclusion Hours

Inclusion Hours are accessible, disability-forward events for people to connect with their community, learn something new, and explore and enjoy the surrounding neighborhood. They are included as regular programming at The Kelsey’s communities, facilitated by the Inclusion Concierge, as well as events The Kelsey team hosts in the community as we build.

Accessibility Information

All are welcome at both the pre-screening meetup and the film screening. To request any specific accommodations for the pre-screening meetup, please contact ari@thekelsey.org three (3) business days in advance and we’re happy to support you. Closed captions, audio descriptions, and American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will all be available at the film screening. To request any of these accommodations, please make a note when purchasing your tickets, or email ADA@sffilm.org. Any other questions regarding accessibility and the film screening can also be directed to ADA@sffilm.org.