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Tagged with: Gray Area

Arts Forecast: Edwardian Ball Returns, new Music Book Club launches, more

Stage Dive into Life, Kate Bush drag tribute, Floating Points, Icebreaker's Ball, 'Colonizing America'—get out there

More gems added to 2024 Noise Pop, from drum wiz Louis Cole to local faves The Seshen

Chicago punk ambassadors Dehd, creative tornado Genevieve Artadoi, more show fest's growing range and appeal.

Big Brotherly love? Finally, a Bay Area premiere for Michael Gene Sullivan’s ‘1984’

(Un)fortunately, this adaptation of Orville's famed surveillance story is evergreen.

Screen Grabs: 50 years of downs and ups for extraordinary ‘Holy Mountain’

Jodorowsky’s masterpiece once truly defined underground cinema. Plus: 'The Star Wars Holiday Special' resurrected, Taiwanese gems, more

You’ve got Snail Mail: Noise Pop drops 2024 lineup’s stellar first phase

31st indie fest will even conjure The Mountain Goats before the pews at Grace Cathedral, besides a city-full of local talent

Arts Forecast: A refuge for refugee art in the Mission

Refugee Eye opens eyes. Plus: Shipwreck Week, Kafana Balkan, Hard French, Recombinant Fest, CounterPulse Fest, more to do!

Eyeing the bounty of experimental films at CROSSROADS 2023

SF Cinematheque's 14th installment promises alchemical techniques, diabolical creations, frenetic explosions of color

‘Difference Machines’ interrogates the bias in the Algorithm

The intersection of technology and identity comes under scrutiny at Gray Area

‘The Petal’ explores slippery imagery, through cyanotype and hydrograph

At Et al. etc, Misa Chhan and Lyric Shen' stitched fabric, image transfers, BDSM practices, and dye resists

Screen Grabs: The effervescent presence of Claudia Cardinale

Plus: A retrospective of Maya Deren's brilliant short films, and fine-tuned lesbian drama 'Blue Jean'