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Friday, December 2, 2022

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Tagged with: sexism

Screen Grabs: Remarkable Arab voices—queer, refugee, Lebanese, Palestinian—fill local screens

This week: Arab Film Fest, New Lebanese Cinema of the '70s and '80s, 'Holy Spider.' Plus, a lost 1974 Oakland Blaxploitation delight.

Screen Grabs: The tragically camp exotica of Maria Montez

Plus: Life and love in volcanoes, organic wine's moment, a very French romantic triangle, and delightful Cambodian sci-fi

Review: ‘Swept Away’—bluegrass shanties on high seas, until a shocking twist

John Logan and the Avett Brothers' new musical at Berkeley Rep is near-perfection—but maybe should come with a warning.

OK Culture and corruption at City Hall

Lindsay Crouse, a columnist for The New York Times, had a wonderful piece last week talking about Jon Gruden and systemic racism and sexism...

Screen Grabs: Decibels fest screens musical visions, from punk to Kenny G

Plus: Other musical films at United Nations Association Film Fest and BAMPFA's 'The Black Film Ambassador,' more

Screen Grabs: Kenny Scharf doc explores irrepressible art star’s colorful ride

Plus: A Macedonian-Belgian-Slovenian-Croatian-French women's empowerment tale, the farcical howls of 'Werewolves Within,' more

Why is the Equality Act stalled in the Senate? Ask Joe Manchin …

... or Susan Collins. Or the 49 other Republicans who are unwilling to sign on to a very basic bill protecting LGBT civil rights.

Women of color are not puzzled by the Atlanta killer’s motivation

Racism? Misogyny? Easy access to guns? It’s not one or the other. It’s all of the above.

A trailblazing lesbian hero’s story, finally coming to film

Sally Gearhart's incredible, multifaceted life—lesbian separatist, gay lib icon, sci-fi author—gets a doc.

The continual violence faced by Asian communities and women of color

There are so many things wrong with this murder spree, the bizarrely apologetic reaction of the sheriffs, and the ensuing media narratives about this hate crime.