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The kid from Plainfield: Irving Penn retrospective captures him capturing us

De Young retrospective shows how the photographer built a time capsule of humanity in San Francisco and far beyond.

Screen Grabs: Frameline LGBTQ+ Film Fest pops out of the box for Pride

A Juneteenth Block Party, new venues, films from around the world, and even a couple of gay lions this year.

The ferocious, precocious musical odyssey of ‘Bette Davis Eyes’

Sultry synth classic resurfaces with singer Katrina Woolverton and original producer Val Garay at helm

Pickleball, cheesecake, Tiki drinks: SF DocFest serves up every flavor

23rd installment dishes out plenty from locals, plus TV Unarians, queer Roma, Thomas Kinkade, more

Screen Grabs: 90 years ago, a ‘Black Cat’ slunk in from the future

Plus Ralph Fiennes' Macbeth, 'Evil Does Not Exist,' 'H2: The Occupation Lab,' 'Terrestrial Verses,' more movies

How Irving Penn brought the world to his studio—and vice versa

de Young retrospective teases out sheer range of the photographer's lens.

Screen Grabs: SFFILM Fest unleashes Dizzy Gillespie, Chiwetel Ejiofor, June Squibb

If the truism “less is more” really applies, this just might be a great year for SFFILM (Wed/24 through Sun/28), the storied organization—Oldest Film Festival...

Screen Grabs: A half-century hullabaloo for ‘The Great Gatsby’

Plus: Unnamed Film Fest, 15 French features, Kubrick's DIY debut, and a Swiss exploration of the 'Golden Years'

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

‘It’s a celebration’: Madonna pulled out all stops on tour through decades of hits

Firing up Chase Center for a two-night extravaganza, pop's iconic provocateur provided plenty of nostalgia.