Stories about Television

Best movies of 2018? Film Critics Circle makes its picks

Change-of-pace turns, complex villains, majestic scores, classic-saving cuts, heart-tugging docs awarded this year

Screen Grabs: Holiday zombies, wild Youtubers, Japanese classics…

Bitter Melon, The Brood, Roger Ailes doc, German Expressionism, and more coming to cinemas. Read our reviews!

Short film ‘n95’ documents toxic air disaster in SF

Cinematographer Jason Joseffer captured the apocalyptic atmosphere of the city during the Camp Fire.

Screen Grabs: The French Had a Name For It …

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Narcissister Organ Grinder, Burning, El Angel, Optronica2: Dark Synth, and more in cinemas this week.

A timely, unrelenting family drama unfolds at Magic Theatre

Ashlin Halfnight's 'The Resting Place' wrestles with deeply disturbing, unfortunately contemporary themes.

Screen Grabs: The War at Home, Wings of Desire, What They Had …

Solid new dramas, restored classics, a impressionistic labor doc, and more fill the city's cinemas this week.

Screen Grabs: SF Shorts, Beautiful Boy, Filipino Cine Festival…

The Guilty, The Oath, The Grateful Dead Movie, Psycho-Geo3:The Margins of the Map, and more in cinemas this week.

The neighborhood case for Proposition 10

The measure would restore local control to cities, who can address their housing needs

Rupert Everett on ‘Happy Prince,’ gay victories, and Oscar Wilde’s schlong

The actor details his journey to bring Wilde's story to the screen—and the history that happened along the way.

ACT’s ‘Sweat’ asks: When does class solidarity end and racism begin?

Lynn Nottage's sensational play doesn't flinch from showing how decisions of distant capitalists slice deeply into workers' lives.