SF Film Collective
The SF Film Collective, provided by the San Francisco Film Commission, has the potential to help nurture the local independent and documentary film communities. The goal of the Film Collective is to provide low cost office space, allowing local pioneers in independent and documentary production to advance their projects, interact and draw inspiration or knowledge from their peers, and ultimately bring more production to San Francisco.
About the Space:
134A Golden Gate is located between Jones and Leavenworth Streets, 2 blocks west of Market Street. The Powell Street BART station is 3 blocks away and Civic Center BART is just 2 blocks away. MUNI lines provide service close to 134 Golden Gate from all over the City.
- Currently, there is one 11x11 office available for $205 per month. This includes use of the kitchen, common areas, high speed internet, utilities and janitorial service of the common areas. Applications are being accepted and may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org; faxed to 415-554-6503; or courriered to the Film Office at City Hall, Room 473, 1 Dr. Carlton B.Goodlett Pl., San Francisco, CA 94102. See below for application link.
- There is approximately 4744 square feet of common area, including a conference room and a 2000 sq. ft. space which is also available for special events to Collective tenants
- Communal kitchen available for all tenants, equipped with sink, ample cabinet and counter space and a dishwasher.
- 134A Golden Gate is ADA complaint.
- There is an elevator in the building.
Applications are available to all who satisfy each of the following criteria:
- The applicant is at least 21 years old.
- The applicant is actively engaged in a film, video, web television or multi-media project.
- The project has a significant connection to San Francisco.
- The applicant has obtained, or is in the process of obtaining a valid SF Business Registration. Proof of Registration will be required to sign a sublease.
- The applicant can provide the insurance coverage required by the sublease. Proof of insurance will be required before the applicant can begin using the subleased workspace.
All are encouraged to apply. Special consideration will be given to (in order of priority):
- Projects being filmed / produced primarily in San Francisco
- Projects set primarily in San Francisco.
- Projects demonstrating a likelihood to have a positive effect on the SF economy
- Residents of San Francisco
- Graduates of the FilmHouse Residency program, a joint program of the San Francisco Film Commission and San Francisco Film Society
How do I Apply?
Click here to download the application (pdf). Applications are being accepted and may be emailed to email@example.com; faxed to 415-554-6503; or courriered to the Film Office at City Hall, Room 473, 1 Dr. Carlton B.Goodlett Pl., San Francisco, CA 94102.
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