2961 16th Street Across from the 16th BART Station
San Francisco, California 94127

A three-day series of films, discussions, and related events that examine the true nature of large corporations, the role they play in our society and communities, and the effects they have on people and cultures around the world — and the planet itself.

The goal of the festival is to generate public and media attention, stimulate critical thinking and analysis, and encourage reasoned discussion and debate about how large corporations actually operate, and what they really add to — and subtract from — society's "bottom line."

The program includes both U.S. and foreign-made, feature-length and short, documentary and narrative (fictional) films, and is available on the CounterCorp website at http://wwwcountercorp.org/countercorp-schedule.htm.

You can buy tickets for individual films online at http://virtuous.com/about/countercorp, and individual day passes or a "Full-Fest" pass online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5620 and see all the films in the festival for as little as $7.50 each.

Official Website: http://www.countercorp.org

Added by CounterCorp on July 3, 2006