Just one week after the death of San Francisco Film Society Executive Director Graham Leggat at age 51, one of his major projects became a reality.
Under Leggat’s leadership, the society transformed itself from the producer of the annual two-week-long San Francisco International Film Festival into a year-round presenter of movies and associated events. Read More
Graham Leggat, executive director of the San Francisco Film Society, presenter of the prestigious San Francisco International Film Festival, died Thursday at his San Francisco home after an 18-month battle with cancer. Leggat, 51, who was at the helm of the society since 2005, was known for his strategic planning that dramatically increased the group’s membership, services and reputation. Read More