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IndieFest’s 25th anniversary roars in with local lore, fabulous freaks, and high school hijinks

Here's the standouts, from Jim Rose's 'Circus of the Stars' to Bay BDSM drama 'Rough Edges,' and so many more.

Screen Grabs: Catching right up to 75 years ago at Noir City

1948 comes, again, to big screens. Plus: Epic editorial friendship in 'Turn Every Page,' Jafar Panahi's courageous 'No Bears'

‘No Straight Lines’ told the hidden history of queer comics—now it’s a movie

A doc of Justin Hall's groundbreaking book, which took LGBTQ cartoonists seriously, is coming to PBS

All about most people: Illuminating the history of the California labor movement

'From Mission to Microchip' author Fred B. Glass talks about how his City College course makes the long struggle relevant today

Meet the videographer behind Mac Dre’s historic ’90s ‘Treal T.V.’

Please note: Before the internet, you had to speak hip-hop's truth to get your tapes passed around.

A very queer Christmas: ‘Sleeping Beauty’ and ‘Misfit Cabaret’ deliver SF charm

Rooting for the wicked witch? Holiday sprites intent on removing the candy cane from one's rear end? Sounds like our beautiful Bay.

Screen Grabs: In stagey ‘Whale,’ Brendan Fraser is back as the guileless good guy

Plus: The documentary-as-therapy 'Wildcat,' and John Waters' Odorama wafts into the Roxie.

Arts Forecast: 12 festive events to put a little jingle in your jangle

Holiday Gaiety, Not So Silent Night, Acid Christmas, Kung Pao Kosher, Dance-Along Nutcracker, and more warm glow-ups.

Good Taste: ‘Wok Around The Bay’ brings legend Martin Yan home

The beloved chef's new bilingual series exploring local restaurants airs weekly on KTSF

Screen Grabs: 50 years ago, ‘Poseidon Adventure’ waved in a streak of disasters

Plus: Pia Zamora in 'Voyage of the Rock Aliens,' latest 'Lost Landscapes' plumbs SF's possible futures, more movies