According to my mom, The Peephole Cinema is “muy simpatico”. Thanks mom for your Oscar-worthy performance, and for your eloquent review of this jont.
According to its creators: “Peephole Cinema is a ‘miniature cinema’ collective with satellite projects in three cities: San Francisco, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles created by Laurie O’Brien. In each city, silent film shorts are screened 24/7 through a dime-sized peephole installed in a public location.” Check their website.
What you need to know
- The San Francisco cinema is run and curated by Sarah Klein.
- Films change every month. Two to three short films are featured, each 1-3 minutes long.
- Orange Alley is less sketchy than most alleys, but it is still an alley. Be safe.
- The short film that my mom watches in the video is “Until One Day” by Adebokula Bodunrin.
- An additional cinema is located at SFO, Terminal 1.
I think we can skip the reviews for this one.
280 Orange Alley, San Francisco, CA 94110