FILM: The Oakland Underground Film Festival presents the San Francisco premiere of Black Dynamite, an action-packed comedy rooted in the traditions of American Blaxploitation and Kung Fu films, such as Shaft (1971), Super Fly (1972), and The Mack (1974). According to Sundance Film Festival, the film "sustains the comedy while taking a nice big sucker punch at the underlying politics of our time." Director Scott Sanders and co-writer/star Michael Jai White will appear in person at the screening.
ART: SF Arts Commission kicks off the Mission portion of their Art in Storefronts pilot program, which is an ongoing project taking place along the 24th Street Promenade and is curated by Triple Base Gallery. Tonight celebrates the launch of three storefronts, 2929 24th Street: A New Museum by Abner Nolen, 3135 24th Street: Ms. Teriosa by Kelly Ording and Jet Martinez, and 2782 24th Street: We Built This City by Tahiti Pehrson. There will be a free community celebration featuring a jazz band and Mixcoatl Anahuac Danza Azteca.
7 to 10 p.m. // Triple Base Gallery (3041 24th Street) // free