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Tagged with: Photography

Screen Grabs: Mill Valley Film Fest dances onto screens, with mighty big features

Starpower and highly anticipated new releases fuel the 46th edition. Plus: Gialloween, 'Hello Dankness,' and fighting Monsanto

Screen Grabs: Seeing the other side of Scorsese

Plus: Alternative Visions goes Buñuel, Astrakan touches, #Chadgetstheaxe swings, Perpetrator misses, more movies

Screen Grabs: Saluting 25 years of great world cinema (and three Rambos)

BAMPFA salutes Rialto Pictures. Plus: A West Oakland classic from 1998 returns at last

Fabric portraitist Alice Beasley stitches together politics and community

Piedmont resident sews poignant scenes from the both the Civil Rights movement and the neighborhood cafe.

A drag tribute fit for Sinéad’s mighty voice

'Her music is the kind of poetry that lends itself to the drama drag queens do so well,' says trixxie carr of upcoming show

‘The system is broken’

A photographer working with homeless people reflects on the utter failure of the city's sweeps and housing policy.

‘The Petal’ explores slippery imagery, through cyanotype and hydrograph

At Et al. etc, Misa Chhan and Lyric Shen' stitched fabric, image transfers, BDSM practices, and dye resists

Screen Grabs: UFOs, time travel, pod babies… just another weekend at the movies

New sci-fi films tackle contemporary problems. Plus: 'The Unknown Country' and a Pema Tseden tribute

Suck on this: The eviction-fueled, Web 1.0 dykesploitation of ‘Sugar High Glitter City’ returns

Directors of iconic 2001 lesbian ensemble film reflect on the eve of its SF PornFilmFestival screenings.

A musician risks it all to lead Ugandan opposition in ‘Bobi Wine’

Filmmakers Christopher Sharp and Moses Bwayo followed the presidential hopeful despite threats, jail, and shooting