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Wanda's Picks Special Broadcast: San Francisco Black Film Festival

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San Francisco Black Film Festival is back: June 17-20, 2010 at a variety of venues. Opening night is at Sundance Kabuki Theatre in San Francisco. Visit www.sfbff.org We open the show with Billy Harper's "Africa Revisited," followed by the trailer for opening night film: "MOUNTAINS THAT TAKE WING - ANGELA DAVIS & YURI KOCHIYAMA:A CONVERSATION ON LIFE, STRUGGLES & LIBERATION" by C.A. (Crystal) Griffith, Co-Director, Co-Producer, Co-Editor with H.L.T Quan. Kali O’Ray is a second-generation artist and graphic designer who has been based in Atlanta, GA, who now resides in San Francisco. After his attendance of Junipero Serra in San Mateo, CA, he left to Atlanta to attend college. While being the child of two artists he searched for his medium. Working with woods, metals, ceramics, oils, pastels, Kali decided graphic design was his medium where he has used it in his work with organizations like Friends of Faith, San Francisco Black Film Festival & Urban Kidz Film Festival, Gibney’s Pub, Zucca Bar and Pizzeria, and many other smaller independent companies & free-lance projects where his jobs have included graphic design, Senior Art Director, teacher, tutor, and web site maintenance. Currently Kali has found himself in the roll of producer and program director of The San Francisco Black Film Festival (SFBFF), taking over a position left vacant by the untimely death of his mother, Ave Marie Montague. Kali now lives in the Historic Fillmore district where many films are screening. Later on in the show Kali is joined by his partner and co-producer Katera Crossley katera@sfbff.org