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Tagged with: Indiefest

Screen Grabs: Septuagenarians run wild—Cronenberg and Davies are back

Plus: Vivid teen-led 'A Chiara,' terrifically enjoyable 'Roundup,' three outrageous indies, more new movies

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

Screen Grabs: Noir heist and nail-biting suspense in ‘Midcentury Madness’

Plus: Ukrainian seige doc 'The Earth Is As Blue As An Orange,' several good indie freakouts, and 'The Exorcism of God'

Screen Grabs: Indiefest adds thematic heft to the usual wild fun

Black rage, migrant mystery, and sex-trafficking revenge join cat daddies, Airsteam trailers, and 'Mother Schnuckers' this year.

Read an excerpt from an SF Indiefest award-winning local screenplay

In 'Swipe,' a recovering agoraphobe with OCD navigates the Millennial dating scene in search of love.

Screen Grabs: Decibels fest screens musical visions, from punk to Kenny G

Plus: Other musical films at United Nations Association Film Fest and BAMPFA's 'The Black Film Ambassador,' more

Arts Forecast: Open Studios 2021, Colson Whitehead, The Residents return…

Plus: Cocteaufest, Leather Walk, Judy Collins, Tea Lautrec opening, and more choice events

Screen Grabs bonus: Strap yourself in for the Warped Dimension fest

Horror-scifi weekend brings out killer stuffed animals, Estonian dystopia, and Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response techniques

Screen Grabs: Films for a fragile planet, from Puerto Rico to Mars

Livable Planet fest opens with excellent Landfall, more. Plus: 8 Billion Angels, Occupy the Farm, Gunda, Malni

At Indiefest, director Rodrigo Reyes examines Mexico via time-traveling conquistador

Oakland filmmaker's '499' asks, How do we make tragic history real?