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Winner of the Sundance Film Festival's U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize
Dina and Scott are in love, moving in together and planning a wedding, a stressful time for most couples. But Dina and Scott are not a typical couple. Dina is a 49-year-old woman with a tragic past. Scott, who has never lived away from his parents, is a Walmart greeter. Both are adults with developmental differences, for whom love, sexuality and independence are fraught with challenges. Dina chronicles this poignant time in their lives and offers a glimpse into the world of people on the mental development spectrum.
Screened on Tuesday July 25 at 6.10 PM at Castro Theater, San Francisco
Sunday August 6 at 4.15 PM Albany Twin Theater
Go to https://sfjff.org/films/film-guide/dina for more information and to buy tickets
Winner of Best Narrative Feature and Best New Narrative Director, Tribeca Film Festival
In a refreshingly honest way Keep the Change portrays two adults on the autistic spectrum. David desperately wants to be seen as “normal,” but Sarah accepts who she is. Together they navigate the vicissitudes of a burgeoning relationship. Writer/director Rachel Israel has an obvious affection for her characters, which infuses this poignant and funny film from the first frame to the last.
Screened opening nights
Sunday July 23, 6.40 PM Cine Arts Palo Alto
Sunday July 23, Sunday July 30 at 6.15 PM Albany Twin
Saturday August 5, 6.45 PM Christopher Smith Film Center, San Rafael
Go to https://sfjff.org/films/film-guide/keep-the-change for more information and to buy tickets