THURSDAY (March 22): A Human Rights Watch screening of Rosita (Barbara Attie and Janet Goldwater, 2005), a video about a 9-year-old Nicaraguan girl, pregnant as the result of a rape, whose parents must fight for an abortion for her 7, 8:45 p.m.
SUNDAY (March 25): S.F. Cinematheque presents Sharits/Snyder a program of short films by 1970s S.F. experimental filmmakers Dean Snider (Stink, Ish) and Greg Sharits 7:30 p.m.
The Tiburon International Film Festival screens 240 films from 80 countries over nine days, March 22-30. Programs include spotlights on Marin filmmakers, Tunisian cinema, the Iraqi war, and director Mark Rydell in person with his latest film. See www.tiburonfilmfestival.com for the complete program... The San Francisco International Film Festival co-sponsors a $1000 prize for completing a film on the theme "What It Means to Be Green." Submit your films on www.jumpcut.com/groups/greenworld by April 22, or view already posted entries.