The self-proclaimed "Big Night" at this year's San Francisco Film Festival is going to be really big. With three fascinating showcased films starring brilliant actors and individuals, you won't want to miss your chance to see this year's standouts. Catch Jason Segel who plays David Foster Wallace in "The End of the Tour" or watch the neighborhood's old real life drama unfold on screen in "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine" from Oscar winner Alex Gibney. The "Big Night" productions aside, every night during the two weeks of SF Film Festival will be spectacular and if you're a movie buff, film critic or just a Netflix connoisseur you're going to love spending an evening in the city of San Francisco with the big screen. If you're at all familiar with San Francisco, expecting the traditional is never routine. The SF International Film Festival takes things out of the box every year with a host of live musical performances, and as to be expected this years lineup doesn't disappoint. Check out New Society, Boomtown: Remaking San Francisco or Cibo Matto New Scene - all uniquely different and original performers that will make you appreciate originality even more. With an awards show, small lectures, classes, a series of art showcases and additional culture enrichment, it's hard to choose just one (or two) event to attend. Make sure you're here for the SF Film Festival for another spectacular celebration of life at its finest, happening this spring in San Francisco.