Third Weekend’s Free Films

Three More Days to Catch the Best of SBIFF

Once again, SBIFF is bringing back the best films for the totally free “Third Weekend” screening series at the Riviera Theater. Here’s the schedule.

Friday, February 11

7 p.m. Face to Face—Indie feature winner about Australia’s restorative justice program

9:30 p.m. Angels & Airwaves Presents “Love”—Astronaut gets stranded; shot in Santa Ynez Valley

Saturday, February 12

11 a.m. When I Rise—Social Justice Award winner about black musician in Texas

1 p.m. Patisserie (Coin de Rue)—Best Asian flick, about a Japanese French bakery

4 p.m. Darwin—Doc about Death Valley community

7 p.m. TroubadoursIndy’s Audience Choice winner, about legendary club and songwriters

9:30 p.m. Piché: Sky and Ground—Story of troubled pilot who lands out-of-gas plane

Sunday, February 13

11 a.m. Crazy Wisdom—Doc about racy Tibetan monk Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

1 p.m. The Boy Mir: Ten Years in Afghanistan—Sequel to The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan

4 p.m. Togetherness Supreme—Best International Film Award winner about Kenyan riots of 2007

7 p.m. That’s What I Am—Coming-of-age tale set in 1960s America

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