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SFFILM fest brings news of the world, from Ukraine terror to volcanic eruptions of love

Llama-herding Bolivian elders, poisoned Russian dissident, little shell with shoes on, Afrofuturistic 'Neptune' trip, more at 65th edition

Screen Grabs: A conceptually bizarre life of Celine Dion

'Aline' will go on. Plus: gorgeous 'Rose Maker,' calming 'Cow,' and a caustic gay Romanian dilemma in 'Poppy Field'

Screen Grabs: Freedom, and other compromised concepts

Liberation and constraint, from Belgian playgrounds and the back alleys of Chad to Ted Kaczynski's paranoid manifesto.

Screen Grabs: Spielberg’s ‘West Side Story’ triumphs over doubts

The Sharks and The Jets dance again. Plus: 'Being the Ricardos' misses Lucy's wit; 'Red Rocket' shoots some sparks

Screen Grabs: The dazzling longevity of Fellini’s ‘8 1/2’

Auteurist classic plays the Roxie. Plus: Lockdown relationships, bisexuality in Southern France, terrible Hillary flick

Screen Grabs: A lost Romero gem portrays elder abuse horrors

Plus more scary situations in Caveat, Censor, The Retreat, and Skull: The Mask

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

Bo McGuire’s lyrical queer family hybrid-doc ‘Socks on Fire’ comes to SFFILM

The director delves into a family inheritance rift between his homophobic aunt and his drag queen uncle

Screen Grabs: Women and power, from Tina Turner to Carole Lombard

Triumph, abuse, sex, horror, music, religion, comedy, and more in the latest round of new movies.

SFFILM fest spotlights Rita Moreno, Muppets, ‘Lost Landscapes of Oakland’

2021 installment of the super-fest beams from drive-in and laptop, with plenty of star power.