Professor Jameson Goldner memorial

Friday, December 6, 2019, 6:00 pm
Photo of a student and Jameson Goldner looking at an analog motion-picture camera
The School of Cinema hosts a memorial for Professor Emeritus Jameson Goldner. A founder of the nationally ranked School of Cinema, he died September 30 at age 81. Goldner retired in 2014 after 52 years of teaching at SF State. His 100-plus films include the Holocaust memoir “When I Was 14: A Survivor Remembers,” which won Best Documentary at the 2001 California Independent Film Festival, aired on the Sundance Channel and screened annually in his Film and the Holocaust class. Reception: 6 p.m. Tributes: 7 p.m.
Fine Arts Building, Coppola Theatre
School of Cinema