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.
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
A combination of bias, skepticism, and personal experience blended with a highly manipulated internet algorithm had instilled in me a false sense of having come to my own conclusion.
Sometimes you get home late and there’s no food in the house and everything is closed, now that simply doesn’t matter.
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
“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
Winter’s now here, and the more interesting January offerings from Netflix match the season’s characteristic darkness. Kristen Bell follows up “The Good Place” with a dark comic parody of those unreliable witnesses to murder stories. Alyssa Milano plays a mystery writer who discovers her sister’s secret dark online life. And
“Pinch me! It feels miraculous!” says Shawna Virago, Artistic Director of the San Francisco Transgender Film Festival. The festival has been around since 1997, and is still going strong 24 years later. The festival returns with its latest offering of short films, and will stream online from Nov. 11-14. And