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Tagged with: Documentary

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.

Puff: Hash Week kicks off on 710? Light it up, folks

Slip into seven full days of demos, drag, dabs, hash holes, karaoke, Japanese eats, and so much more.

Screen Grabs: ‘Taking Venice’ questions 1960s US avant-gardists’ possible Cold Warfare

Plus: 'MaXXXine' just may over-rely on Mia Goth and 'Last Summer' spins Ms. Robinson tale into trainwreck.

Get Free Festival’s liberatory storytelling stays fresh five years in

Embodiment Project's nine-day hip hop gathering choreographs provocation, battle—and unfettered joy.

Juneteenth reading of ‘3rd & Palou’ humanized 1966 Hunters Point Uprising

Biko Eisen-Martin's thrilling work-in-progress play is 'based on the world immediately outside the exit doors.'

Screen Grabs: Long live the New Romantics!

New doc 'Tramps!' shows the music movement's queer side. Plus: Lily Gladstone in worthwhile feature 'Fancy Dance.'

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: Three wizards of cinema light up local screens

Hayao Miyazaki, Les Blank, and Jean-Luc Godard bring magic old and new to BAMPFA and The Lab.

Beloved artist Laurel Burch honored throughout Haight-Ashbury, including mural recreation

Neighborhood pays homage to woman who got her start hammering out jewelry on the back of frying pan for local street fairs.