Film & Photography

11 Aug 2022

VIDEO: Visiting Anchor Brewery & Discovering SF History

We got to check out the centuries-old craft brewing traditions, and get a taste of San Francisco history, not to mention taste all kinds of great new Anchor beers.

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31 Jul 2022

All The Great Stuff Coming To Netflix In August

The big reason to be excited about Netflix in August is the debut of the television adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic series “The Sandman.” Gaiman’s heavily involved in the adaptation, which looks as if it’ll draw from at least the “Preludes And Nocturnes” and “The Doll’s House” storylines.    But even

31 Jul 2022

All The Great Stuff Coming To Hulu in August

Instead of calling August the month of dog days, it needs to be called the month of “Reservation Dogs” days. That’s because the Taiki Waititi co-created dramedy returns in August for a new season of rez-based hijinks.   The old broadcast networks may have treated August as a programming dumping ground

Keri playing around on the "beach" - Penguin sits to watch the sunset - photo by Keri Nelson for Simply Antarctica
29 Jul 2022

Artist You Should Know: Simply Antarctica

Every Summer and Winter, Keri Nelson travels from her home in San Francisco all the way back to Antarctica (also known as “The Ice”) to work at a United State research base, Palmer Station, on the Antarctic peninsula. Her husband, Alex, stays behind to work his tech job and watch

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25 Jul 2022

Bay Area Director Makes “Asian American Gothic” in Response to Anti-Asian Violence

As you undoubtedly know, there’s been an unthinkable rise in violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the United States over the past few years. And because of this, there have been a number of campaigns to raise awareness about these hate crimes, including the Stop Asian Hate

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21 Jul 2022

The Great Stuff Coming To The 42nd S.F. Jewish Film Festival

Peyton Klein said her first exposure to anti-Semitism was the notorious Charlottesville Unite The Right rally.  This high-schooler, who’s one of the interviewees in the documentary Repairing The World: Stories From The Tree Of Life, is not the only young person who mistakenly believed anti-Semitism ended with the Nazis’ defeat

April Dawn Alison poses for a Polaroid.
20 Jul 2022

What Is Queer Pain? Understanding April Dawn Alison

Are we ready to take on queer pain? Throughout the latter half of the twentieth century, Oakland artist and resident April Dawn Alison took a series of self-portraits on Polaroid film in voluminous cocoa wigs and rouge lips, in a PVC skirt and color-matched pumps, in bondage. The massive compilation

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19 Jul 2022

Why San Francisco Is The Best Place To Watch Movies.

This may be a strange way to start an article about the joy of watching movies, but I’m not a film buff. I’m big into music, videos games and books, but I tend to fidget when watching a feature film. Whenever someone would invite me to go to a movie

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