From Whitney Houston to the South African bush, this year's Frameline LGBTQ Film Festival is huge in topical and emotional scope.
Performer and faux queen Fauxnique's new show 'C*NT' tackles feminist mythology, pathological misogyny, and campy French philosophy.
The 22nd SF Silent Film festival bring to light some breathtaking discoveries along with familiar classics.
Musical collective UnderCover tackles on the beloved 50-year-old Beatles album -- in its entirety, in a multitude of styles
East Bay punk, Russian dash-cams, 'Tokyo Idols' -- SF DocFest rides a wave of global insights.
With a new home at SFMOMA, Cinematheque's experimental CROSSROADS film fest stretches out.
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.
Classic Italian director Dino Risi's fizzy -- and socially barbed -- films receive a daylong tribute at the Castro.