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Rumi’s favorite 12th century epic comes to musical life in ‘The Language of the Birds’

Composer Sahba Aminikia blends Farsi vocals blend with AI animation for Persian mystic Farid ud-din Attar's storied tale.

Screen Grabs: Grokking the creepy cipher of ‘I Saw the TV Glow’

Plus: Touching 'Gasoline Rainbow,' Avant-Barb(ie), a Toney W. Merritt tribute, and Sundown Cinema's movies in the park

Ambitious ‘Galileo’ discovers a musical universe all its own

Composers Michael Weiner and Zoe Sarnak take off from rock and pop to explore more celestial sounds.

As ‘Tales of the City’ winds down (maybe), a hymn to the quintessential SF saga

The author and his heroine have alighted in England, but the heart of the series remains in Baghdad by the Bay.

Hot-topic CAAMFest 2024 kicks off with dive into affirmative action fight

In features and docs, Asian American film fest also tackles Filipino elections, Islamic revival groups, sexual harrassment in India

Shaking off the ghost of Babs in ‘Funny Girl’

Katerina McCrimmon makes the songs her own, justifying this revival of a musical that was creaky from the start.

Screen Grabs: Chasing one of the Swinging Sixties’ most infamous ‘It Girls’

Plus: Doclands 2024, Johnny Depp's French, Japanese reality, worthwhile 'Nowhere Special,' Free Palestine, more movies

Oh the (budget) horrors! Unnamed Film Fest gave us Frogman, Flesh Games, more frights

'The vomit and farts were real,' one director claimed at a post-show Q&A at Balboa Theatre.

Barry Jenkins: ‘I just ran full speed’ toward epic ‘Underground Railroad’ adaptation

Barry Jenkins was four or five years old the first time he heard about the Underground Railroad, the19th-century network that helped escaped slaves make...

Screen Grabs: War is Hell—and then, onscreen

'The Fatal Alliance: A Century of War on Film' comes to BAMPFA. Plus: 'The Troubles' puts Irish resistance in personal light