The Balboa Theatre in San Francisco blends classic sci-fi movies, documentaries and UFO-centric guest speakers Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Space Visitors Film Fest. Well-known films including “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space” will anchor the all-day festival, scheduled to start at 10 a.m. and end some time after midnight. The festival also will feature the 2017 documentaries “The Mothman of Point Pleasant” and “Invasion of Chestnut Ridge,” as well as the documentary “Love & Saucers,” with director Brad Abrahams slated to attend. Guest speakers include Ruben Uriarte, the Mutual UFO Network state director for Northern California.
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