Pictoclik is a film community dedicated to bridging the gap between the emerging talent and the established professionals in the Bay Area. We envision a festival by the Bay Area for the Bay Area.
We want to build and unite the next wave of talent in the Bay Area and connect the film community. Whether you are a filmmaker, moviegoer, live in the Bay Area, a small business, film buff, pretty much anyone; this is for you!
About the Festival
The festival will kick off each night with a private pre-party starting at 7pm for 21 and up at a local Mission neighborhood art hub 518 Valencia with drinks, art and music; at 9PM, we will start the two hour short film exhibition at the Roxie Theater and conclude with a quick ballot. Those with stamina can trot off to the after party at a nearby lounge to network or party with the artists. The festival will finish with a semi-formal awards ceremony hosted at Public Works Sunday night full of prizes and official bragging rights.
THE LINE UP
Friday Night (not necessarily shown in this order)
“Molly” Heather Morrison | comedy, “Weimar Deutschland “ Allen Myers | experimental documentary, “The Girl in the Grass” Dave Moutray| drama/ suspense, “Til The End “ Richard Valencia | drama, “Put Away” Scott Hammel | music video, “Cain’s Fortune” Myles Chapman | drama, “Das Lurker” Sarah Yambao | suspense, “Sleep Paralysis” Enrique Flores Roldán | drama, “Comfort Zone” Jackie Grieff | drama.
Saturday Night (not necessarily shown in this order)
“A Midsummer Nightmare The Betrayal” Jeffrey Moore | drama/ suspense, Locksmith – “F*** Love” Pete Paduano | music video, “Anti Hero” Bo Campbell | comedy, “Candy Corpse” Marcus Bruno | comedy, “Tillandsias” John Lai drama/ suspense, “Take Five” Adrian Nava | comedy, “Waste Land” Elysa Sardinha | experimental, “Girls In Town” Mark” Malek” Adam | documentary, “Part of Me Died When You Left” Susan Whigham | drama.
Merchants of Reality believes in infinite potential. We work collectively to manifest creative freedom, crafting community through skill-sharing and loving communication.
General Admission $30 Friday Night 7/19 (Must be 18yrs to attend*): The festival kicks off with films that are visually stunning, light hearted comedy and entertainment for all. (See complete line up below)
VIP Tickets $50 Saturday Night 7/20 (Must be 21+ to attend): Kick off the night with Fallen Brotherhood; an established art collective launching their Bay Area chapter that specializes in fantasy styled artwork, storyboards, animation, cosplay, magic, poetry and unique locally designed jewelry.
Fallen Brotherhood’s mission is to promote local art, poetry, and theatre/film to spread the cosmic intelligence of unity, peace, and co-existence of humanity, kin, and the denizens of nature, to bring to life the Forest House, the realm of Eternal Spring in the hearts and actions of men and women in this community.
**Terms and Conditions: “General tickets are at Rush” (must be lined up at the door 15 min before doors open at 9pm to guarantee seat.) All ticket holders are responsible for their own well being. Pictoclik reserves the right to refuse service and entry at any time. No refunds will be issued at anytime.