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Sunday Schedule:

Asian Art Museum, 200 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA – 1-4 pm

Check out Sunday’s film lineup below. For full film blurbs/posters, see the lineup here.

  • Bebe A.I.
  • In The Upper Room
  • Aimee Victoria
  • The Body is a House of Familiar Rooms
  • Here/Not Here
  • Between The Lines
  • Charlie by the Sea
  • Seeing Diane Arbus

Panel Discussion – For Our Gaze Only: Disability and Voyeurism in Art and Film
(Follows immediately after film screening)

“Seeing Diane Arbus” was selected to receive Superfest’s 2022 Jury’s Choice Award— praised for its critical approach to disability, voyeurism, and the legacy of famed photographer Diane Arbus. Join us for a discussion with Superfest filmmakers and stars as we explore the ongoing legacy of staring at disability in film and the art world. We will also connect our festival to our host venue, the Asian Art Museum, as Asian and Asian American communities have similarly struggled with the fetishistic gaze. Features Sandy Ho (moderator), Natasha Ofili (Aimee Victoria [actor] and The Multi [actor and director]), Katrina Kemp (Seeing Diane Arbus [actor]), Lindsay Zibach (Seeing Diane Arbus [director]), and Karen Nakamura [former Superfest juror and Professor of Anthropology at UC Berkeley).

Access information for Sunday Screening:

  • All of the films will be available with closed audio descriptions. This year Superfest is partnering with the DiCapta Foundation to offer audio descriptions via their app All4Access. Please visit the All4Access page before the program to download the app and familiarize yourself with how it will work with our program.
  • All of the films will be available with ASL video translation via the Access4All app on individual devices.
  • All of the films will play with open captioning.
  • Certified Deaf Interpreters will be present for all live dialogue but will not interpret during the films.
  • Wheelchair seating for you and your wheelchair-user or non-wheelchair-user companions in a wheelchair-accessible venue. The screening auditorium is on the second floor and can be reached by elevator.
  • Wheelchairs are available at the information desk on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Some spaces are available for those who must bring their own seating.
  • Two universal (gender-neutral and barrier-free) restrooms are located behind the cafe on the ground floor.
  • We require our venues to abstain from using scented products leading up to and during the festival. However, we know this may not be adequate for all guests.
  • Seating areas where social distancing will be possible.
  • Wheelchair-accessible restrooms with changing tables are located on every level.
  • The venue is two blocks from Civic Center BART. Visit the map here for directions.
  • For other access needs and questions, please contact Emily Beitiks at

Sunday COVID procedures: Because Superfest is hosted by the Longmore Institute at San Francisco State University, we are limited in our ability to put the Covid safety procedures that we would like to provide. Similarly, the Asian Art Museum is limited by city guidelines. Therefore, proof of vaccination status is not required, and masks are optional. We would like to remind our guests that many people attending Superfest are at higher risk of complications from COVID-19 so masks are strongly recommended.

Photos will be taken. To opt out, please contact us at or tell a Superfest staff person, and we will ensure that your photographs will be blurred out in any future promotional materials.

Superfest On Demand 

Your pass to the Saturday screening of Superfest also allows you to access all of the other films from Superfest 2022 virtually. To learn more, visit our virtual Superfest page.

Also, don’t forget to join us for our online community conversation to wrap up the Superfest weekend:
SUNDAY, Oct. 23rd @ 6-7:30 pm PT / 9-10:30 pm ET – Superfest Community Conversation
Once you’ve watched some of the films from Superfest 2022, join us for a chance to chat with other Superfest attendees and share your reactions with the disability community, moderated by our Cafe Crip leader, Bianca Laureano. What did you love? Which film gave you that moment of joy, seeing your story told without stereotypes or pity? What was your best laugh? What film went over your head? We’ll organize a community chat and also have some jurors present to respond to questions that might come up. ASL and live captioning are provided.

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