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Film is a battleground: Sam Fuller’s hot-button noirs and war tales still sting

BAMPFA's 'From the Front Page to the Front Lines' packs a wallop with 10 essential films from the under-sung director

Screen Grabs: A golden rep house reopens, and golden oldies pour forth

Plus: Thor's latest hammering, a 'Poser' on the Columbus indie scene, and a Leonard Cohen-copia

Screen Grabs: ‘Endangered’ asks, Can the free press be saved?

Plus: Sweeping Russian fantasy 'The Sword and the Dragon,' Tex-Mex adventure in 'Green Ghost,' creepy 'Passenger,' more

Experimental expressions: Ficks’ Picks for the 12th CROSSROADS Film Fest

SF Cinematheque's annual cornucopia of very independent short films showcases visions from around the world.

Oakland activists say they don’t want the CHP to patrol their streets

Will more cops really make people of color safer? The community isn't so sure.

Some warned 20 years ago that the US was creating a disaster in Afghanistan

Plus: SF just lost two notable activists, James Hormel and Alvin Duskin. That's The Agenda for August 15-22

With ‘And Then There Was Light,’ Oakland’s sndtrak masters the beat tape

From smooth-wave Beach Boys samples to a Nickelodeon theme song, all is fair game for the producer's recently-released 18 tracks.

Death Row inmate who may be exonerated talks about his story

Kevin Cooper was three hours away from execution. Now he may be freed. He talks about racism, criminal justice, and his nearly 30-year fight to prove his innocence.

Screen Grabs: ‘Zola’ takes a wild ride from tweets to theaters

Plus: New docs 'A Crime in the Bayou,' 'Truman and Tennesee,' and 'Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over'

Screen Grabs: Black Film Festival lifts off—and other stratospheric releases

The best of the new, from the surveilling of surveillance in 'All Light, Everywhere' to 'Les Norte' and its discomfiting coming-of-age twists