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Tagged with: Capitalism

Review: In ‘GOLEM,’ Jewish folklore meets ecological disaster—and it’s funny?

In "GOLEM: A Call to Action" (through December 5), The Contemporary Jewish Museum presents three videos by Los Angeles artist Julie Weitz. All of...

Screen Grabs: ‘Zola’ takes a wild ride from tweets to theaters

Plus: New docs 'A Crime in the Bayou,' 'Truman and Tennesee,' and 'Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over'

OPINION: The Bad Things about Wiener’s housing bill, SB9 …

... and how it could be amended to include Good Things.

Docfest 2021 provides colorful human stories in a year that needs them

Heroic women wrestlers, legendary soul singers, Sparks, and the Space Lady all feature in this year's festival.

Screen Grabs: Stalin’s funeral, New Deal art, and a harrowing Mexican fable of unrest

Three new movies seem like history repeating. Plus, an invigorating Legacy Film Festival On Aging

In memory of Shock G, the Piano Man

The death of a Bay Area funk and rap legend hits home

I finally paid off my student loans at 40. No one should go through this

Not even winning on 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' helped me outrun Navient and condescending bootstrapper-types

Screen Grabs: Tragedies of global market capitalism on display

From Lesotho to Ohio, new films draw a damning through-line. Plus: Oscar nominated shorts

Performing poverty in ‘Nomadland’ and ‘White Tiger’

Two acclaimed movies from poverty outsiders don't go far enough in exposing wealth-hoarding and corporate slavery.

In a year of protest and change, YBCA 100 highlights vital activist-artists

The annual list of honorees focuses on organizers, educators, and creators whose work reaches deep into community.