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Screen Grabs: To tell you the truth, DocLands feels necessary

The festival comes at an unprecedented time of fabrications. Plus: 'Mississippi Masala' returns, 'Escape the Field,' 'Hatching,' more

Screen Grabs: A return to rep’s heyday, from ‘Fantastic Planet’ to ‘Hot Fuzz’

A smorgasbord of big screen classics. Plus: gay love in the Russian military, harrowing tales of Donbass, embalmed Filipina love.

Cars, bikes—and equity—as supes consider road closure in Golden Gate Park

Plus: Is the board ready to end single-family housing in San Francisco? That's The Agenda for April 25-May 1

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

Screen Grabs: Green Film Fest regenerates with a ’70s sci-fi classic

A new version of the fest springs up around Earth Day. Plus: two very different Aussie flicks and 'All the Old Knives' reviewed

Tenants go to landlords’ house and ask them to call off Ellis Act eviction

Residents want Pierre and Tracy Malak to sell the 19th Street apartment building to a city-backed nonprofit so they won't lose their longtime homes.

Screen Grabs: Freedom, and other compromised concepts

Liberation and constraint, from Belgian playgrounds and the back alleys of Chad to Ted Kaczynski's paranoid manifesto.

Preston proposes a tax on vacant apartments

With 40,000 empty units in the city, taxing speculators and greedy landlords might bring 5,000 more homes onto the market—and pay for affordable housing.

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