Berkeley Film Festival spotlights local homelessness

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Kali Persall, of The Pioneer, writes about the 2016 Berkeley Video and Film Festival:

"It’s 9 p.m. on Saturday and nobody stirs at the East Bay Media Center. Around 20 film-lovers huddle in the small, brick-lined room that smells like patchouli oil and old wood, while Amir Soltani and Chihiro Wimbush’s powerful documentary “Dogtown Redemption” plays on the screen."