Stories about San Rafael

Jewish Film Festival sparks with romance, tragedy, fiddler on roof

From Ethiopian civil war to Broadway blockbuster, the 39th edition of the fest continues to broaden its scope.

Screen Grabs: A wave of women behind the camera

Two series showcase cinematography and horror. Plus: Cockettes at 50, transgender in Hong Kong, Leonard Cohen's muse, more

Screen Grabs: Berlin & Beyond, Woman at War, The Mystery of Picasso ….

Mapplethorpe, Styx, Giant Little Ones, tributes to Delphine Seyrig and Hirokazu Kore-eda, and more in cinemas this week.

Screen Grabs: Festival mania fills local cinemas!

IndieShorts, Cine Chileno, and Transgender, American Indian, and Cinematografo Film Festivals—plus more to watch this week

Monster in the Mission spends $300K on signatures

Developer pays for 'grassroots' effort to build support for a project that many Mission community groups strongly oppose

Star time

Al Gore, Hedy Lamarr, Joe Berlinger, Karl Marx, and a slew of new features light up the screens at the 37th SF Jewish Film Fest.

2016: Some very bright spots

Looking back at people, places, and performances that helped us survive a year of turmoil.

Slants for all: Museum of Propaganda opens in San Rafael

One couple's collection of biased imagery will be on display as of Sat/7 — use it to reflect on what messages you absorb every day

Your next anxiety attack: rising sea levels

How freaked out should you be, living around the Bay? That's the subject of a panel discussion, Mon/25

Feeling ‘Trapped’

Documentary exposes insidious new legislative attacks on abortion clinics