Idiosyncratic delights pepper late summer screens this weekend, from 'Ingrid Goes West' to 'Dave Made A Maze.'
YBCA's New Filipino Cinema showcase bites into the darkening politics of the country.
Al Gore, Hedy Lamarr, Joe Berlinger, Karl Marx, and a slew of new features light up the screens at the 37th SF Jewish Film Fest.
The legendary, psychedelic director is bursting back to life in his late 80s, with new 'Endless Poetry' and a Roxie retrospective.
From Whitney Houston to the South African bush, this year's Frameline LGBTQ Film Festival is huge in topical and emotional scope.
The 22nd SF Silent Film festival bring to light some breathtaking discoveries along with familiar classics.
East Bay punk, Russian dash-cams, 'Tokyo Idols' -- SF DocFest rides a wave of global insights.
Australian shocker 'Hounds of Love' scares by grounding its horror in everyday plausibility.
"A Rare Noir is Good to Find 2" unearths international gems at the Roxie.
Roxie triple feature brings back two groundbreaking movies and a television episode that still hold power, Wed/26.