The 3rd floor gallery of the California Museum of Photography is closed for the installation of Color Shift from August 12th through August 30th, reopening on August 31st.

Cafe Coexistence

Inland Empire Filmmakers


Directed by: Randall Gifford


2009



Screening

Thursday, June 14, 2012, 7pm - 9pm



Culver has expanded it public screenings with a film series showcasing Inland Empire filmmakers on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm. The filmmakers will be present to discuss their projects. Admission is $5.00. Other special screenings, some with free admission, will also be added occasionally on week nights. 


 Alan, a trust-fund twenty-something activist and proud malcontent opens a Native American themed coffee shop on tribal land with his life partner believing that he himself is a quarter Navajo. His life is thrown into turmoil when he finds out that he is white. Cafe Coexistence was made by Gifford simultaneously with The Best Sex as a new way to produce microbudget feature films: same cast, two films, one location. 

 Screened at Action on Film Festival and Cinema City International Film Festival