UPDATE (3/16/2020): Due to expanded City facility closures and the shelter-in-place announced today, this event will be postponed until further notice. Ticket holders may still hold onto their tickets or cancel for a full refund.
**Special promotion price for general, student, and senior admission! Ends April 3rd.**
Born in 1926 to Korean indentured servant parents in Cuba, Jeronimo joins the Cuban revolution and crosses paths with Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, before turning to his Korean roots and identity. The screening will be followed by a Q&A discussion with director Joseph Juhn.
JERONIMO is Joseph’s first feature film and was selected at 12 film festivals around the world. Its theatrical release in Korea in November 2019 drew over 15,000 audiences nationwide and receiving one of the highest audience ratings in 2019.
Co-presented by Oakland Asian Cultural Center and the Korean American Community Foundation of San Francisco (KACF-SF).
|Student Admission (ages 13-17)|
Please show ID. ($5 admission + $1 processing fee)Show More...
|Senior Admission (ages 65+)|
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|General/Adult Admission (ages 18+)|
($10 admission + $2 processing fee)Show More...
|VIP Patron Admission|
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|Student PROMO (ages 13-17)||$4.5|
|General/Adult PROMO (ages 18+)||$9|
|Senior PROMO (ages 65+)||$4.5|
|Children (ages 0-12) |
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