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Screen Grabs: Migrants snagged in a deadly web of politics at ‘Green Border’

Plus: 'Longlegs' offers solid thrills, 'The Convert' tackles New Zealand colonization, Frozen Film Fest crackles, more movies

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.

Screen Grabs: ‘Janet Planet,’ and other cosmic mysteries of the human relationship

'Chestnut' and 'This Closeness' dig into contemporary 20something affairs; 'The Devil's Bath' goes back to 1750.

Media Week: Why is Haney’s dubious campaign spending not a bigger story?

Plus: If SF is the worst-run city in the country, the data doesn't show it.

At 94, ‘Thelma’ star June Squibb is ‘breaking every rule ever made’

'I wanted to do as much as I could,' says feisty film and stage veteran of first solo starring role in action movie.

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

When is a flute not a flute? SF Opera’s ‘Magic Flute’ pipes a wild tune

A blizzard of visual distractions—welcome, overwhelming—marks Suzanne Andrade's cinematic production.

Screen Grabs: Past pieties, present violence, future songs

Intricate 'Kidnapped,' gory 'In a Violent Nature,' and gorgeous 'Songs of Earth' span the chronological spectrum.

Life ends at 30? It’s complicated (and very Gen X) in ‘tick, tick… BOOM!’

Jonathan Larson's musical, which itself is turning 30, documents an artist's frustrations at a transitional age.