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Tuesday, February 20, 2024

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Screen Grabs: Two strong films make global immigration personal

That immigration is already an issue viewed with so little empathy in so many quarters is troubling, needless to say—because between rising political strife...

Vroom, vroom: ‘Drive-Away Dolls’ stars catch some buzz at Antique Vibrator Museum

Beanie Feldstein, Margaret Qualley, and Geraldine Viswanathan dish on their new lesbian action flick at Good Vibrations.

Screen Grabs: Look out, there’s an Oscar in your shorts

This year's nominated animated, live action, and documentary shorts are a mixed bag, but there are some rewarding watches.

The primordially horrifying wavelength of ‘Skinamarink’

Balboa Theatre hosts the film phenomenon that taps into spooky liminal spaces and physical media nostalgia.

Screen Grabs: Rare queer films, from the dawn of Gay Lib to the onset of AIDS

Plus: 'Taste of Things,' 'Totem,' 'Perfect Days,' and a mad dash through 10,000 years of history from a sex worker’s perspective

What we saw at Sundance 2024, part 3: Bring on the docs

Satanists verité, AI Brian Eno, Will Ferrell road trip, dueling rock bands, a Navajo Nation 'Oppenheimer' counterpoint, more

What we saw at Sundance 2024, part two: Oh, the drama!

Our critic takes in River Gallo's intersex love saga 'Ponyboi', Sean Wang's Fremont autobiographical tale, and much more.

‘How to Have Sex’ at the Mostly British Film Fest (and other cinematic selections)

Gems from across the pond include Ken Loach's swan song, an expanded Irish section, and a 'Local Hero' revival.

What we saw at Sundance 2024, part one: Rise of the genre flicks

This year was all about genre films, from Kristen Stewart's barbell romance to Angus Cloud's Oakland epic.

Screen Grabs: Has democracy peaked? Ask the monk with the gun

Elections bring trouble in Bhutan. Plus: Franz Rogowski meets French imperialism in 'Disco Boy,' pretty but plodding 'Peasants'

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