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SF Film Fest Gets 3 Films from Sundance and SXSW

SF Film Fest Gets 3 Films from Sundance and SXSW

Now in its 58th year, the San Francisco Film Society’s two-week festival will kick off on April 23 with Alex Gibney’s SXSW premiere “Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine,” a probing documentary portrait of the Apple guru.

On May 2, the Centerpiece screening will be James Ponsoldt’s acclaimed Sundance feature “The End of the Tour,” starring Jason Segel as author David Foster Wallace opposite Jesse Eisenberg as the budding Rolling Stone journalist who follows him.

The fest closes on May 7 with Michael Almereyda’s “Experimenter,” also a Sundance premiere, starring Peter Sarsgaard as scientist Stanley Milgram opposite Winona Ryder. The full lineup lands next Tuesday, March 31.

READ MORE: Here Are the 19 Films in SF Film Fest Competition

SFIFF previously announced a special award tribute to Guillermo Del Toro, where we’ll see footage from his fall tentpole “Crimson Peak,” along with the 19 films in competition including Sundance premiere “The Wolfpack” and hot 2014 Cannes title “The Tribe.”

READ MORE: Guillermo del Toro Gets Directing Award and Shows Upcoming Film Clips at San Francisco Fest

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