Pacific Film Archive
With the news of the unfortunate closure of Berkeley’s Shattuck Cinemas, a city that decades ago offered a variety of moviegoing venues ranging from the UC Theater to the Telegraph Repertory Cinemas has now been reduced to one commercial theater. Fortunately, the Pacific Film Archive (hereafter “PFA”) is still around
the curiosity to try filmmakers different from the same-old same-old predicted by Netflix algorithmic recommendations. Whether the visitor’s motivation is reacquaintance with an old classic or being pleasantly surprised by a filmmaker they may not have heard of before, there are some good choices to check out this season.
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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
*If you don’t know about Berkeley’s BAM/PFA, here is bunch of the information you should know. If you are already informed, just jump to the end for info about the soirÃ©e this Friday night. The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) are both rad institutions. BAM (a bizarre