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Tagged with: Castro

Party Radar: As You Like It returns, The Foundry reboots, Andy Tonken tribute, more

Direct to Earth with SPFDJ, Sunset Picnic, Prince Wolf fundraiser, Carl Craig, Quiche, Castro Street Fair ... it's fall party time

Lawsuit challenges SF’s homeless policies and seeks to stop sweeps

Data shows how the city repeatedly violates its own policies and federal Constitutional rights.

Keith Hennessy set the pandemic to dance at CounterPulse with ‘Back’

The choreographer finds joy—and a fanciful stage wardrobe—in early COVID memories.

Screen Grabs: South Asian Film Fest features Godard, UK pop, ‘Four Samosas’

Plus: Revisiting the 1982 Alpine Meadows avalanche, the disastrous Afghanistan evacuation, and life under the Khmer Rouge

Screen Grabs: The rambunctious talents of Elaine May

Plus: African Film Festival, cinema and histories of incarceration, the Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie, more movies

Screen Grabs: The government is no one’s friend in ‘Costa Brava, Lebanon’

Plus: Heavyweight revival action this weekend, from Poland's The Three Colors Trilogy to—yes—Flash Gordon.

Screen Grabs: The saga of Chol Soo Lee—and the arrival of Cinequest

Plus: 'Big Trouble in Little China' gets a screening worthy of a cult fave, and this week's new releases.

Film is a battleground: Sam Fuller’s hot-button noirs and war tales still sting

BAMPFA's 'From the Front Page to the Front Lines' packs a wallop with 10 essential films from the under-sung director

With ‘Remember This,’ David Strathairn embodies Polish Resistance hero Jan Karski

'It's a privilege and responsibility to tell this story,' the local actor says of solo film at Jewish Film Fest

Jewish Film Fest returns with big names—and timely themes

Radical feminism, gay gentrification, ethnic cleansing, plus David Straitharn, Ken Burns, Leonard Bernstein, more in 42nd installment