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Support for public power in SF is growing, even—finally—in the news media

ABC News segment focuses on the Raker Act Scandal; will the mayoral candidates all support the next step? And what's up with Matt Haney?

From Soulsville, USA to the beach (Boys): 4 new music docs to tune up your summer sounds

Never-before-seen archival footage gives insight on your favorites—unguarded Beatles and Indigo Girls, anyone?

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

Ivan Sen’s ‘Limbo’ confronts crimes against Australia’s Aboriginal women

In a town so hot its buildings are underground, the noir's detective seeks justice.

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

That’s a ‘Bitch Slap!’ D’Arcy Drollinger’s top 5 over-the-top TV moments

Her Oasis drag show lampoons the catfights and hysterics of nighttime soaps—and it's rooted in deep genre love.

Nothing’s gonna rain on ‘Funny Girl’ Katerina McCrimmon’s SF parade

“I've always been fighting to make it this far," says the dynamo Fanny Brice with Miami roots and plenty of chutzpah.

Screen Grabs: Stylish but deadly classic ‘Le Samouraï’ swings into the Roxie

Plus: Ridiculous and enjoyable 'Challengers,' exhausting 'Boy Kills World,' the rise of Christian Nationalism, more

Screen Grabs: Berlin & Beyond &… Milli Vanilli?

The German-language film fest keeps broadening its borders. Plus: Ken Loach's finale 'Old Oak' and 'Dig! XX'

Among Silent Film Fest’s gems: A movie shown for the first time in 101 years

Plus: Two-tone Technicolor Douglas Fairbanks, junior Sherlock Buster Keaton, Yasujiro Ozu's ode to childhood, more