The pandemic has shut down a lot of attractions, but it’s also led to some unexpected opportunities. On Friday night in San Francisco, people were able to attend the famed Sundance Film Festival, without having to head all the way to Utah.
While some events are continuing to be scrubbed, like news that Southern California health officials cancelled the Coachella Music Festival again, the organizers of the Sundance Film Festival decided to get creative.
Fort Mason is one of only 28 independent screens across the country that’s participating in this unusual Sundance Film Festival arrangement this year, and it’s the only one in California. Sundance partnered with the
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