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Greta Snider’s experimental films pack a punk punch at the Roxie

16mm autoethnographies, found footage essays, materialist inventions, and recent projects focusing on human rights hit the screen

What we saw at Sundance: ‘Speak No Evil,’ ‘The Nanny,’ ‘Fresh,’ more fest sensations

Plus: Aubrey Plaza as a criminal mastermind, overwhelming 'Palm Trees and Power Lines,' more features and shorts reviewed

Ficks’ Picks Epic List: Our favorite films of 2021 (or so)

A mega-countdown of recommended movies, videos, and even double features recently released

Experimental expressions: Ficks’ Picks for the 12th CROSSROADS Film Fest

SF Cinematheque's annual cornucopia of very independent short films showcases visions from around the world.

Screen Grabs: Modern-day art mystery explored in ‘The Lost Leonardo’

Plus: Celluloid giants walk the Earth again at two IRL San Francisco film events this weekend.

Screen Grabs: Roxie reopens with cinema classics (and a DC punk blast)

Ease back into the seats with beloved sights and sounds. Plus: Story of a Three-Day Pass, Honey Moccasin, Dance of the 41, more

Screen Grabs: Celebrating neglected SF filmmaker Sara Kathryn Arledge

Plus: More women on screen, from Crystal Z Campbell and 'Sophie Jones' to graffiti photos and EDM inequality

Screen Grabs: A rousing celebration of Black History Month

SF Urban Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, an Edward Owens showcase—plus a new release with LaKeith Stanfield as a Panther plant.

Screen Grabs: Warm season, very hot topics

Political violence, ethnic strife, and marital doubts south of the equator. Plus: Lost Landscapes of SF, more

Screen Grabs: A globe-trotting filmmaker finally gets her due

Ulrike Ottinger in the spotlight at PFA. Plus: SF Cinematheque returns, The Sound of Metal, a Romanian tragedy, more movies