Monday, May 17, 2021

Tag: Military

Screen Grabs: RRAWR! Balboa reopens with Godzilla’s Monster Bash

Plus: CCSF student film fest and three riveting new movies, one starring a very macho Mads Mikkelsen

Review: In ‘Uncanny Valley,’ disturbing ripples from artificial intelligence

Excellent De Young show reveals technology's ties to oppressive tactics—and art's to the arms trade

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

Screen Grabs: Delving into the toxic bastions

Love—both endearing and abusive—finds its way into prison, army, and sports in these new movies

SFFILM fest spotlights Rita Moreno, Muppets, ‘Lost Landscapes of Oakland’

2021 installment of the super-fest beams from drive-in and laptop, with plenty of star power.

Why so many mass killings? It’s simple.

In Colorado, military-level weapons, designed for mass murder, are for sale at your local gun store.

Review: Zarouhie Abdalian holds back too much in ‘We can decide’

At Altman Siegel, the artist's minimal interventions gesture admirably but too delicately at weighty ideals.

Foreign Correspondent: Biden drops bombs in the Middle East

The new president continues the failed policies of his predecessors.

Screen Grabs: The marvelous range of Max von Sydow

Plus: Jane Fonda tours 1972 Vietnam, a dog tale from Turkey, mischievous orphans in Afghanistan, more

Letter to the Editor: Uighurs, disinformation, and US media coverage

Foreign Correspondent Reese Erlich responds to criticism of his piece on Chinese repression and US media coverage