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Screen Grabs: A couple of powerful mothers

'Shayda' portrays life in a women's shelter for Iranian mother and child, 'Cabrini' highlights a nun on a mission.

‘Look Me in the Eyes’ confronts the phantasmagoria of Kurdish history

At ICA SF, Hayv Kahraman employs haunting metaphors, conveying a surreal mythology of female figures.

Supes approve Gaza ceasefire resolution by an 8-3 supermajority

Preston, Ronen, Peskin agree on compromise that all of the activists could support in historic vote.

After 60 years, the major media still won’t tell the truth about the JFK assassination

The evidence that top officials in the military and CIA killed the president is overwhelming—but The New York Times won't even run an oped about it.

Ceasefire now: Violence and oppression in the Middle East must end

Bombing and displacement must be halted. All people in the region must live freely. Collective punishment is no path to peace

Screen Grabs: 3rd i Fest takes on Indian politics, TikTok obsession, Bangla Surf Girls

Plus: UN Film Fest on the dying press and nuclear testing, charming classic Chinese musicals, Birthday Party doc

Screen Grabs: Mill Valley Film Fest dances onto screens, with mighty big features

Starpower and highly anticipated new releases fuel the 46th edition. Plus: Gialloween, 'Hello Dankness,' and fighting Monsanto

Elon Musk helps Preston, Breed’s housing bill is back (and still facing opposition)…

... Plus a lawsuit against SFPD contains horrifying allegations of racism and homophobia. That's The Agenda for Oct. 1 to 8

Reflections on an explosion: the Beirut disaster three years on

Because the catastrophe fits no grand geopolitical narrative of war and history, its destruction is easily forgotten by the world

Review: Sound and shadow evoke Nasim Moghadam’s Iranian roots, womxn’s solidarity

In 'I Sprout on my Wound' at Aggregate Space, the artist also manipulates her passport photo and cut hair.