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In ‘Blue Bayou,’ Justin Chon highlights citizenship limbo of Korean adoptees

Adopted as a three-year-old from South Korea and as thoroughly Cajun as crawfish etouffee, Antonio LeBlanc has never had any reason to question his...

Berkeley director meets Icelandic elves in ‘The Seer and the Unseen’

Sara Dosa talks about filming a unique intersection of mystical beings and environmental activism.

‘Respect’ director spotlights Aretha Franklin’s mighty activism

Former Berkeley Rep director Liesl Tommy grew up under South African apartheid, values music's transformative power

Queer film hero Jenni Olson honored with top ‘Teddy’ award

The invaluable filmmaker, critic, curator, archivist, historian, and connection-maker is awarded at the Berlinale

Bo McGuire’s lyrical queer family hybrid-doc ‘Socks on Fire’ comes to SFFILM

The director delves into a family inheritance rift between his homophobic aunt and his drag queen uncle

Son’s dedication fuels doc on Black liberation group MOVE

'40 Years a Prisoner' examines police stand-off that left nine activists facing lifeā€”and the decades in prison that followed.

Documentary ‘The Reunited States’ looks to bridge the United States’ political abyss

An interview with filmmaker Ben Rekhi about his seemingly impossible mission to bring us all together.

Wayne Wang weaves food and family through ‘Coming Home Again’

At CAAMfest Forward, the 'Joy Luck Club' director returns to his indie roots

Tom Dolby weaves life history into ‘The Artist’s Wife’

The SF-born director folds his family story into a tale of dementia, art, and marriage.

From stoner cartoon frog to vicious alt-right icon in ‘Feels Good Man’

It is only appropriate that Feels Good Man, Arthur Jones's documentary about cartoonist Matt Furie and his creation Pepe the Frog should screen at...