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Celluloid goodies galore at SFFILM’s final week

Tributes to Michelle Yeoh and Trinh T. Minh-ha, plus 'Emily the Criminal,' 'Intregalde,' and a bat mitzvah party bonanza

‘Entertainment right now can be sinister’: Jane Schoenbrun on ‘We’re All Going to the World’s Fair’

Director of groundbreaking horror talks creepypasta, cursed images, X-Files chatrooms, 'Twin Peaks: The Return,' more

SFFILM fest brings news of the world, from Ukraine terror to volcanic eruptions of love

Llama-herding Bolivian elders, poisoned Russian dissident, little shell with shoes on, Afrofuturistic 'Neptune' trip, more at 65th edition

Good Taste: The best Bay Area Restaurant Week deals

The next few weeks bring high-value specials to San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, and Alameda.

Greta Snider’s experimental films pack a punk punch at the Roxie

16mm autoethnographies, found footage essays, materialist inventions, and recent projects focusing on human rights hit the screen

What we saw at Sundance: Documentary dives into Myanmar midwives, volcano lovers, more

A Syrian migrant crane operator in Beirut, Kanye's rap rise, Watergate whistleblower Martha Mitchell among big fest subjects

Screen Grabs: Embarcadero Center Cinema is gone, but there are revivals aplenty

Mourning another rep house gone, and looking forward to old school movies—brilliant, romantic, cheesy, and beastly.

What we saw at Sundance ’22, part 1: demented animation, Filipina country stars, more

Perfect pairings of our favorite features and shorts from this year's dazzling film fest (keep them in mind for later viewing)

Ficks’ Picks Epic List: Our favorite films of 2021 (or so)

A mega-countdown of recommended movies, videos, and even double features recently released

Opinion: Are we losing the Castro Theatre?

New management Another Planet Entertainment wants to "explode" the neighborhood with music and entertainment. But what about good old films and LGBTQ events?