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Tagged with: Vietnam War

102-year-old heroine Betty Reid Soskin’s journey premieres on Bay Area stage

Writings and songs by the nation's oldest park ranger and longtime activist form base of 'Sign My Name To Freedom.'

Screen Grabs: 50 years later, ‘Zardoz’ still fascinates (Sean Connery’s outfit included)

... and 'Blazing Saddles' still, well, farts. Plus: Unusually touching 'The End We Start From' and thriller 'Restore Point'

Screen Grabs: Behind the Haystacks, Under the Fig Trees, and Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell

Mother Nature rules the roost in three international Oscar submissions—and in experimental wonder 'Last Things'

Screen Grabs: Two great social justice filmmakers return to the screen

Skip Norman's revolutionary '60s-'70s films and Glauber Rocha's daring 'Black God, White Devil' play BAMPFA.

War criminal who cared nothing for the lives he destroyed is dead at 100

Henry Kissinger represented that worst of the United States. We should remember the lessons of his life of cold brutality.

Screen Grabs: Buckle up for Werner Herzog, baby

A tribute to the master of extremes. Plus: Trans Film Fest enlightens on a global scale, Berlin & Beyond goes beyond

Save the Redstone Building!

The historic building has housed progressive groups for decades. Can it survive a a home for the left?

Screen Grabs: 3 new releases and the legacy of everyday horror

The 50th anniversary of 'Last House on the Left' highlights its influence on a trio of just-dropped wannabes.

Screen Grabs: Witches in space! (We wish)

Apollo 10 1/2, Gagarine reach for stars while Suspiria 4K, You Won't Be Alone cast spells. Plus: The Automat, Mothering Sunday

Screen Grabs: A ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’… of influencers?

Plus: Two outrageous retro classics and three indie horrors that caught our eye (if not our hearts)