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As ‘Monument’ shows, having a seat at the table doesn’t mean you have a voice

Sam Chanse play at Magic Theatre revolves around four sisters in crisis—and an animated sloth.

Screen Grabs: For the love of Monica

A tribute to Italian screen siren Monica Vitti, two Davids (Lynch and Cronenberg) face off, 'Hold Your Fire,' more movies

‘It was more than rock ‘n roll’: Ben Fong-Torres on SF’s music heyday and ‘Like a Rolling Stone’

A new doc spotlights the iconic rock journalist's experience with legends—and being an Asian American reporter in the '60s and '70s

Under the Stars: The hip-hop field re-energized, from Black Star to UglyFace

Plus: Slumberland on tour, excellent Australian soul-jazz, Arp's 'New Pleasures,' Vetiver, Kolumbo, more music

Screen Grabs: How ‘Fiddler’ leapt from roof to big screen

Plus: A brand new 'Firestarter,' eye-opening 'Castro's Spies,' a special appearance 'Sleepaway Camp,' more movies

‘Gone, Gone Beyond’ manifests formlessness through 360° cinematic collage

At Gray Area, People Like Us and the CineChamber offer an immersive spatial experience that aims to transcend time and fixed meaning.

Screen Grabs: Abortion in movies, from 1918 to the powerful new ‘Happening’

Plus: A tribute to French working-class hero Jean Gabin, and an Iranian 'Little Miss Sunshine' from the son of a legend.

Screen Grabs: To tell you the truth, DocLands feels necessary

The festival comes at an unprecedented time of fabrications. Plus: 'Mississippi Masala' returns, 'Escape the Field,' 'Hatching,' more

Passion for degraded materials: a conversational bibliography of Dodie Bellamy

From 'Feminine Hijinx' to 'Bee Reaved,' the quintessential SF writer talks art, life, 'Frozen,' E.T., and grief through her published works.

Screen Grabs: David vs. Goliath—with a bit of windbaggery—in ‘The Duke’

Plus: Clothes fly off in 'Anais in Love,' animated tragedy in 'Charlotte,' Gong Li returns, and Bernard-Henri Lévy saves the world