Waiting for the next edition of the Another Hole In The Head Film Festival? Then whet your appetite for genre films this May 14-15 weekend by checking out the 2022 edition of the Warped Dimension Film Festival (hereafter “Warped”). Put on by the producers of Another Hole In The Head,
For its 40th CAAMFest, the Center for Asian American Media has brought some intriguing films for this milestone film festival. This year’s festival, which runs from May 12-22, 2022, will offer among other films: a SXSW Award-winning documentary set in the middle of red America; a horror comedy set in
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Hulu in May offers: new seasons of comedy series headlined by Amy Poehler and Martin Freeman, a body horror tale from Finland, and even a documentary about the very ordinary people who took a personally huge gamble on GameStop stock.
At the Castro all Silent Film screenings will have live musical accompaniment!
William Shakespeare famously observed in his play “Twelfth Night” that “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Which of these categories Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky will fall into, history will make the final judgment. American Netflix viewers can limit their judgment of Zelensky
“As far as Ukrainians are concerned, the war has been going for eight years already,” The truth of award-winning Ukrainian director Sergey Loznitsa’s statement can be seen in his scathing satire “Donbass” as well as the other three films that will be presented at the upcoming Ukrainian Film Series. The
How many environmental-themed film festivals would willingly program a film about homicidal blue jeans? Were this question asked in other parts of the country, the answer would be difficult. Fortunately, here in the City we have the Green Film Festival Of San Francisco (hereafter “Green Film”) which had no qualms
It’s not surprising that the upcoming series finales of “Grace And Frankie” and “Ozark” have drawn a lot of April Netflix chatter. The Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda comedy is the streamer’s longest running original series. Meanwhile, the intense crime drama starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney still has viewers