Friday, January 15, 2021

Tag: Mexico

Foreign Correspondent: Capitol insurrection as seen from abroad

Journalists and activists overseas share what the world is thinking about us.

Don’t forget the beats: A mixtape-homage to the Bay’s 2020 sounds

Set inspired by this year's 48 Hills music coverage fits in E-40's social distancing anthem and Eki Shola's aural healing—dedicated to the late, great Cutty Banks.

Cate White came to the Bay to connect—through her art, she’s done just that.

Norman Rockwell and Basquiat inspired her purposefully loose renderings of life's struggle.

Screen Grabs: 25 great films of 2020, the year we needed movies more than ever

Here's our film critic's best-of, from the redemption of ‘Showgirls’ in 'You Don't Nomi' to masterful turns by the cast of 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.'

SF Latino Film Festival comes roaring in at end of year

20 Features, 50 shorts, and 30+ programs—including a spotlight on Cuba—help lift us out of winter's depths

From ‘Family Secrets’ to ‘Half Brothers,’ star Juan Pablo Espinosa blazes a gay trail

With big new movie hitting screens, out Colombian actor aims to keep expanding Latinx stories and empowering others.

Cannabis for president: Legalization, decriminalization ruled ballots nationwide

Last night, US voters proved ending prohibition is the one thing they can agree on, from Arizona to Mississippi.

Frida’s artful life on film—and in the galleries

Mexican icon's dramatic work and life are having a San Francisco moment, with de Young show and two screenings

Screen Grabs: When punk made racism uncool again

White Riot documents Rock Against Racism. Plus: I Wake Up Streaming, Trial of the Chicago 7, The Wall of Mexico, more

Review: Out loud and proud in the Mission, Dance Brigade returns

The powerhouse company celebrated neighborhood spirit and protested gentrification in an electric performance