Films, Parties, Bands, a Sing A Long Party, Comedies, Dramas, Documentaries, Animation, Short Films, Filmmakers, Actors, Beer, Roller Disco, a Super Bowl Comedy Show, Bloody Marys, an Anti-Valentine’s Day Party, Screenings in San Francisco and Oakland, 15 Days of fun, film and frolic. It must be SF IndieFest time. Now
Not entirely 18 reasons, but we can thank 18 reasons for next month’s Food & Farm Film Festival. It’s the time of year where our eyes are delighted to gaze upon the pops of color finally revealing themselves at the farmer’s markets and along outdoor trails. It’s spring. Which is a perfect time
Something can hardly be nostalgic if it is not well-known in the first place, but Whit Stillman’s first feature film Metropolitan (1990) is worth remembering. For me, this was the first “independent” film that I ever rented from the video store, and only because I had seen it on the
In 2009, Oakland mourned the closing of The Parkway Theater, a beloved Oakland mainstay that helped revitalize a neighborhood. The Parkway was a film lovers dream- cult films, film festivals, pizza and beer served to at your seat. Struggles over leases and landlords forced the original owners to close. Enter
I attended a Golden Globes viewing party on Sunday night. The attendees had varying levels of investment, and some were content to chatter away over the awards while others (myself included) were excited to see the results of the awards and more importantly, what everyone was wearing. One person at
A brand new collection of Broke-Ass Stuart's writing made up of some of his most famous pieces and new things never before published.
Although I call myself a film buff, I could lose a lot of credibility considering there are some “classics” I’ve never seen. Let’s just say one that I haven’t seen rhymes with “Pasablanca”. I call myself a comedy nerd but I’ve never seen a certain Monty Python movie about someone
I previously discussed television, books and comedy.. FILM I won’t get into too many, because you can read many aggregates of critics reviews of films, but here are some films that are worth seeking out: The Skin I Live In is a Spanish-language drama/horror from infamous Spanish director Pedro Almadovar