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Screen Grabs: Other Cinema needs our help (and other cinematic news)

'Official Competition' brings together Cruz and Banderas, Greek amnesia in 'Apples,' 'Lost Highway' returns

Embodied knowledge under the big sky: Emelie Mahdavian’s perceptive ‘Bitterbrush’

How is a cattle herder like a dancer? The filmmaker speaks on movement, work, and letting her characters drive the plot

‘We’re still here’: Kevin Epps celebrates 20 years of ‘Straight Outta Hunters Point’

At a joyous Juneteenth gathering in the Bayview, the filmmaker reflected on Black art and resiliency in San Francisco.

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.

Screen Grabs: Winning charm in ‘Cha Cha,’ lusty luck in ‘Leo Grande’

Plus: Claymation 'Eraserhead' in 'Mad God,' SF gay strippers in 'Baloney,' French extravaganza 'Lost Illusion,' more

Arts Forecast: Juneteenth, Jazzteenth, Corgi Con, Bad Gays, Sara Shelton Mann, more

Plus: The Black and queer roots of dance music, Blackwater Holylight, 'Straight Outta Hunters Point,' more to do

Screen Grabs: Septuagenarians run wild—Cronenberg and Davies are back

Plus: Vivid teen-led 'A Chiara,' terrifically enjoyable 'Roundup,' three outrageous indies, more new movies

Screen Grabs: The Shattuck shutters; consolation comes with poet’s blood and porno chic

Plus: A strange and roaming Italian 'Tale of King Crab,' siblings confront the past in 'Montana Story,' more movies

Screen Grabs: For the love of Monica

A tribute to Italian screen siren Monica Vitti, two Davids (Lynch and Cronenberg) face off, 'Hold Your Fire,' more movies

Soprano Julia Bullock finds ‘History’s Persistent Voice’ in records of formerly enslaved

At SF Symphony, the singer performs a collection of historical words set to new music by Black women composers