Film & Photography

02 Apr 2021

The Best Stuff on Netflix in April

Will April bring rain to this drought-threatened state? Whatever happens with the weather, it’s a certainty that April brings a crop of new movies and series (and even one or two old film classics) to Netflix viewers’ screens. Viewers can look forward to a fantasy-adventure series set in an Imperial

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24 Mar 2021

WATCH: The First SF Bay Humpback Whale Video Of 2021 Has Arrived

Humpback whales are back in the San Francisco Bay earlier than ever this year, as a Tuesday, March 9 humpback whale sighting near Tiburon was the earliest a humpback whale has been seen in the SF Bay in modern history. (They typically arrive in late April). And the humpbacks coming

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19 Mar 2021

Cinequest Film Fest is Back This Year as Cinejoy and it’s All Online

Cinequest is back!  The South Bay-based film festival had to stop its 2020 edition halfway through because of coronavirus lockdowns.  (The remaining Cinequest 2020 films were screened later in the year as the Cinejoy online film festival.)   Now, from March 20-30, 2021, Cinequest returns in its online version as Cinejoy,

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17 Mar 2021

You Can Now Watch the Covidversary Comedy Special on BAS

Oh wow! The Covidversary Comedy Special was fire! These seven comics brought the hilarity, and just judging by the comments in the chat during the show, people really needed to laugh. Weren’t able to make it? We got you covered. You can watch the whole thing below: Seeing as part

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12 Mar 2021

Enter the Haunted World of Filmmaker Joshua Kennedy

Welcome to Bay Of The Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. Joshua Kennedy loves movies. The 27 year old Texas native already has 19 directorial credits at imdb.com, all of which appear to be homages to the classic films he loves. With titles like The Fungus Among Us, Slave

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05 Mar 2021

The Good Stuff Coming To Hulu In March

March on Hulu is highlighted by the streaming network’s debut of 2020’s best documentary.  It’s a tale of societal corruption that begins with a tragic nightclub fire and reaches some uncomfortably high levels of power.  Also worth a look is a documentary about the two Olympic runners whose public black

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04 Mar 2021

All The Good Stuff Coming To Netflix In March

March on Netflix offers a few notable titles to charm kids (and the young at heart).  See Los Angeles history taught via friendly ghosts in a new series from an “Adventure Time” director.  Travel around the world with former First Lady Michelle Obama to see how cooking is fun.  Or

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02 Mar 2021

A Comedy Special Celebrating the 1 Year Anniversary of Quarantine

Celebrating the 1 Year Anniversary of Quarantine (aka we gotta laugh to keep from crying) This streamed comedy special is a fundraiser to support broke comedians and independent journalism. It’s a sliding scale event. $7, $17, $70…Pick the amount you can afford. The money is going to pay for the

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