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Screen Grabs: The rambunctious talents of Elaine May

Plus: African Film Festival, cinema and histories of incarceration, the Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie, more movies

Dudes of “Dynasty” dish!

Stars of the most over-the-top 1980s TV show are coming to town. Here's pre-gig gossip—from both sides of the closet door.

Screen Grabs: Family dysfunction, with all the yikes

Patton Oswalt's 'I Love My Dad,' Lena Dunham's 'Sharp Stick,' teen pregnancy fallout in 'Icon,' more cringey relations

Etudes of impermanence: Wanda Westberg’s works converse with deeper consciousness

“When I am painting, there is no ego. Sometimes before, sometimes after, but not during!” says Berkeley painter

Fluid co-op cafe brews up trans community (and excellent java)

In La Cocina Marketplace, a gathering spot for self-care, liberty, and laughs—and yes, there's a Coffee Daddy

Pinnacles and paradise: SF rapper Cold Medina on new ‘Knights in Tropicana’

Local lyricist breaks down his debut studio album and talks about the role of art in provoking cultural progression

Screen Grabs: Workin’ for a livin’ (and documentin’ it, too)

From aspirational cowhands and Mexican dancehall girls to Chernobyl workers and Syrian artists, these docs get their hands dirty.

In a time of attacks, Frameline46 brings LGBTQ+ curiosity and joy

10 picks, plus our in-depth guide to the huge queer film fest, from International Male flamboyance to butch Georgian drama

Romeo’s a woman and Shakespeare’s en español: New version of Bard takes Cal Shakes

Cast and crew revel in immediacy 'Romeo y Juliet' finds with younger audiences.

From here to Cuba: Defying Biden, the Bay Area connects to island nation

The Summit of the Americas has disinvited Cuba. We went there to show solidarity and tell the story missing from the corporate media.