February may be the shortest month of the year. But who would have expected it to be packed with film festivals? Even if you don’t consider the S.F. Independent Film Festival, there are four other film festivals happening this month. In those other festivals, you can see first-hand accounts of
The S.F. Bay Area’s art cinema has some great alternatives to the typical Hollywood summer fare. The next few weeks offer three different film festivals, several music films, anniversary celebrations, an incredible South Korean political thriller that might otherwise slip under your radar, and a couple of Broke-Ass screenings for
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San Francisco went full wookie for the premiere screenings of Solo: A Star Wars Story last night. On hand to get pictures, we were, as the Alamo Drafthouse turned into den of scum, villainy, and scruffy-looking nerf herders. Princess Leia has become more powerful than you can possibly imagine since
It’s not every day you see a comedy about one of the worst mass murderers in human history. The film made international headlines after the Russian government banned it, (which of course is a godsend to a film’s promotional team), once it came out that the film was banned, interest
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre, past, present and future. This edition of Bay of the Living Dead is a little late–I’ve been recuperating from the flu. Thanks to a visit to Dr. Frankenstein, I am healed! Moving forward you can look for this
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, currently on display at Contemporary Jewish Museum through Oct 30th, underscores the late filmmaker’s brilliance. As you peruse this comprehensive tribute to the legendary auteur’s life and career, you might find yourself drawn into a small, self-contained room. Inside, scenes from the director’s groundbreaking and still