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Killing My Lobster dives into improv pot for ‘Lobster Boil,’ emerges fully cooked

Unique script pushes the veteran comedy troupe to push for laughs like they have something to prove.

$20 million Music City aims to shoot SF back to the top of the charts

Rock impresario Rudy Colombini launches mega-studio, artist accelerator, and Hall of Fame for renewed glory days.

Screen Grabs: 90 years ago, a ‘Black Cat’ slunk in from the future

Plus Ralph Fiennes' Macbeth, 'Evil Does Not Exist,' 'H2: The Occupation Lab,' 'Terrestrial Verses,' more movies

Hot-topic CAAMFest 2024 kicks off with dive into affirmative action fight

In features and docs, Asian American film fest also tackles Filipino elections, Islamic revival groups, sexual harrassment in India

Shaking off the ghost of Babs in ‘Funny Girl’

Katerina McCrimmon makes the songs her own, justifying this revival of a musical that was creaky from the start.

Ivan Sen’s ‘Limbo’ confronts crimes against Australia’s Aboriginal women

In a town so hot its buildings are underground, the noir's detective seeks justice.

‘A Strange Loop’ takes too much glee in the trauma of its Black queer lead

Despite talented cast, catchy tunes, and a show-stopping number, Broadway sensation comes off as torture porn.

Screen Grabs: Stylish but deadly classic ‘Le Samoura├»’ swings into the Roxie

Plus: Ridiculous and enjoyable 'Challengers,' exhausting 'Boy Kills World,' the rise of Christian Nationalism, 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'

Among Silent Film Fest’s gems: A movie shown for the first time in 101 years

Plus: Two-tone Technicolor Douglas Fairbanks, junior Sherlock Buster Keaton, Yasujiro Ozu's ode to childhood, more