For over a decade, the Tiburon International Film Festival
has been supporting indie filmmakers from near and far—it’s a flat-out showcase for world cinema, even as this year’s festival includes several Marin filmmakers, such as Cynthia Harrison, director of Silver Tsunami
, and Jennifer Juelich, director of Neon Sky
. International offerings include the Czech Republic’s All My Tomorrows
, and Once My Mother
, from the land down under. There’s also a tribute to Italian master Bernardo Bertolucci, best known for art-house films that are obsessed with finality—Last Tango in Paris
and The Last Emperor
. The festival will also feature young-adult filmic fare from Mongolia to Norway. April 9–17, at the Playhouse Theater, 40 Main St., Tiburon. 415.251.8433.