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Tagged with: Nazis

Hilarious performances whisk you up a shaky ’39 Steps’

San Francisco Playhouse lampoons a ripe Hitchcock—but you may want to binge your noir beforehand.

Screen Grabs: Fur flies in wrenching ‘The Fox’ and bizarre ‘Dogman’

Cuddly canines comfort in Franz Streitberger’s World War II drama and kill in Luc Besson's new thriller.

Tabitha Soren, beloved former MTV News reporter, on life as a Bay Area photographer

Motherhood has changed things for the award-winning journalist, who is now taking things a frame at a time.

Screen Grabs: High-tail it to ‘Hundreds of Beavers’

Hilarious and chewy. Plus: Jewish Film Institute Winterfest animates Ann Frank, James Baldwin scathes US

Screen Grabs: With ‘Bushman,’ a trip back to nearly unrecognizable 1971 SF

A feast of revivals including 'Household Saints' and 'Ghosts of Mars;' 'Vishniac captures Jewish ghetto life, more

Screen Grabs: Terrific, complex ‘Teachers’ Lounge’ raises prickly moral questions

Plus: Unique 'Mami Wata' aims for Kurosawa-meets-Lynch, South Korean 'Concrete Utopia' offers grim action-satire.

‘Zone of Interest’ star Christian Friedel: ‘To go so deep into the darkness was intense’

German actor and musician lays out how new film is careful to implicate humanity in the horrors of the Holocaust.

Screen Grabs: In ‘The Zone of Interest,’ poster children for the Master Race lifestyle

Jonathan Glazer's new film conjures shock from quiet scenes of domesticity just across the wall from Auschwitz.

Screen Grabs: French treats, from classic bon-bons to epic Bonaparte

Ridley Scott and Joaquin Phoenix take on the Mad Emperor, and 'The French Had a Name for It' revives several gems

Been here, done gone: Arhoolie Records’ Chris Strachwitz snapped our musical heritage

Beyond his precious recordings, a new book celebrates the documentarian's photos of essential roots musicians