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San Diego Film Week


    AMC – Mission Valley 20

     From our humble beginnings more than 90 years ago, to our future as part of one of the world’s premiere entertainment companies, you will see one consistent thread: Innovation.
    That innovation continued into the 21st century, as AMC was on the cutting-edge of innovation through the co-founding of online ticketing, circuit-wide gift cards, a groundbreaking partnership with IMAX, the launch of AMC Stubs rewards program, and the introduction of AMC Dine-In Theatres. AMC also greatly expanded its footprint in North America through the acquisition of Loews Theatres and Kerasotes Theatres.
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    Brick Bar

    Located beneath the billowing rainbow flag of Hillcrest east, the Bamboo Lounge rebranded to the T Lounge and, with their renovations, included a happy hour of polychromatic proportions. It later morphed into Brick Bar, featuring daily happy hour specials, house-crafted cocktails, craft beer, plush couches, a pool table, and a patio outside.

    “We provide a fun, cozy atmosphere, friendly staff and incredible service, and the best street tacos,” according the Brick’s Facebook page. “We often feature live music, DJs, and trivia nights, and love to host parties.”

    San Diego City College

    San Diego City College (known more informally as City College or City) is a public, two-year Community College located in San Diego, California. City College is part of the San Diego Community College District which includes San Diego Mesa College, San Diego Miramar College, and San Diego Continuing Education.


    All Workshops will be held in the V Building in room V101 on the first floor.  The V building is located on the corner of 16th and C.  Parking is on the street and should be plentiful.

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    Digital Gym – Media Arts Center

    Providing new media tools and channels to create equitable and engaged communities where underserved voices are heard.

    MACSD evolved out of the San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF), which originated in 1993. Incorporated in 1999, MACSD has grown from a festival to a mid-size organization with diverse statewide programs and services for residents, visitors, and independent and amateur filmmakers. In 2012, MACSD moved into a new space in North Park. Renovating a derelict building, now known as the Digital Gym, has brought vitality and inspired new businesses to open in this once-blighted area. The Digital Gym allowed MACSD to expand core programming to better serve the community.

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    Humphreys By the Bay

    Humphreys Concerts by the Bay is located between Humphreys Restaurant and Humphreys Half Moon Inn. The 1,400 seat outdoor theatre, ideally situated on San Diego Bay, has been presenting a wide variety of major attractions since 1982. Generally running from April through October, Humphreys Concerts covers the total spectrum of entertainment from rock and jazz to comedy, blues, folk and international music.

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    Lafayette Hotel, Swim Club and Bungalows

    Relaxed and affordably luxurious the Lafayette Hotel, Swim Club & Bungalows blends unique style, exceptional service, a sense of history.

    MOPA – Museum of Photographic Arts

    The Museum of Photographic Arts (MOPA) is a museum in San Diego’s Balboa Park. First founded in 1974, MOPA opened in 1983. MOPA is one of three museums in the US dedicated exclusively to the collection and preservation of photography, with a mission to inspire, educate and engage the broadest possible audience through the presentation, collection, and preservation of photography, film and video.

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    Sunset Temple

    At Sunset Temple, located in the heart of North Park, we believe in timeless style, farm-to-table cuisine and unique & memorable experiences. We are owner-operated, community oriented and completely unlike any other wedding venue in San Diego (or anywhere else so far as we know).

    Well suited for only the most amazing of weddings & events, our ballroom features a spacious hardwood dance floor set before a custom-made proscenium stage (originally created for Balboa Park’s Old Globe Theater).

    The venue is also equipped with two full bars, a kitchen (where we concoct culinary magic) and state-of-the-art sound and lighting – in addition to a large 16-foot screen with rear-facing projector.

    Sunset Temple, for a taste of the distinct and absurdly fabulous.

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