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Tagged with: Castro Theatre

Screen Grabs: Jewish Film Fest–from rare 1920s silent to feisty sock puppet

44th installment moves from Castro Theater, but still presents astonishingly varied tales. Here's our guide.

Arts Forecast: Kronos Fest marks a half-century of musical astonishments

Plus: Pre-Pride shenanigans, Stern Grove, Flor Y Canto, Black Techno Matters, Team Dresch, Witchcrafting, so much to do!

Screen Grabs: Frameline LGBTQ+ Film Fest pops out of the box for Pride

A Juneteenth Block Party, new venues, films from around the world, and even a couple of gay lions this year.

Screen Grabs: A joyful reunion at 20th Queer Women of Color Fest

LGBTQ+ movie season bursts to life. Plus: 'Bound' returns, Film Noir classics, Valie Export celebrated, more

Screen Grabs: Berlin & Beyond &… Milli Vanilli?

The German-language film fest keeps broadening its borders. Plus: Ken Loach's finale 'Old Oak' and 'Dig! XX'

With Castro Theatre out, massive Frameline LGBTQ+ film fest gets creative

New executive director Allegra Madsen takes on fresh challenges with an agile attitude—and innovative locations.

Arts Forecast: Edwardian Ball Returns, new Music Book Club launches, more

Stage Dive into Life, Kate Bush drag tribute, Floating Points, Icebreaker's Ball, 'Colonizing America'—get out there

Screen Grabs: What did we learn from the fight for the Castro Theatre?

Plus: 1932's 'Vampyr' with live orchestra, 'Parrots of Telegraph Hill' revived, Malaysian playboys, men, mayhem, more

Screen Grabs: I better get them cha-cha heels!

We won't beat you over the head with Christmas movies. Check out these thriller, sci-fi, and prison dramas instead

Do you hear what Kiki & Herb hear?

The raucous, Tony-nommed cabaret duo are back for a holiday fling, and they've got some Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish in their sack.