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Banish the Meanies!

Banish the Meanies!

By Sari Staver

A new digitally remastered, sing-along version of the Beatles' animated film "Yellow Submarine" will screen at the Castro Theater for five days, beginning on Fri., Aug. 17.

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By Roberto Friedman | August 15, 2018

Nonesuch has just released the first recording of "Doctor Atomic," composer John Adams' opera about the Manhattan Project, which had its world premiere from San Francisco Opera in 2005.

By David Lamble | August 15, 2018

The Sundance Award-winning doc "Minding the Gap" arrives Friday at the Roxie Theater.


By David Lamble | August 15, 2018

"Skate Kitchen" is a terrific new girls-can-skate-too New York City drama from San Francisco-born, Tamalpais High School-educated director Crystal Moselle.

By David-Elijah Nahmod | August 8, 2018

In director Matt Tyrnauer's new documentary "Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood," author Scotty Bowers attends a book signing for his memoir "Full Service: My Adventures in Hollywood and the Secret Sex Lives of the Stars."


By David-Elijah Nahmod | August 8, 2018

Based on a true story, director Spike Lee's latest, "BlacKkKlansman" is the tale of Ron Stallworth (John David Washington), a rookie cop in Colorado Springs during the early 1970s.

By David Lamble | August 8, 2018

"Nico, 1988" is a sad, silly tale about a boho recording star whose heroin-fueled demise was predictable.


By David Lamble | August 1, 2018

The new social comedy "Puzzle" begins with might be dubbed "scenes from the life of a female doormat."

By David Lamble | August 1, 2018

The Castro Theatre observes the dog days of summer with a calendar highlighted by David Lean's "Lawrence of Arabia" and Alfred Hitchcock's once-neglected late-1950s San Francisco-set masterpiece "Vertigo."


By David-Elijah Nahmod | August 1, 2018

Quentin Lee chronicles his journey to fatherhood in "Gay Hollywood Dad."

By Sura Wood | July 26, 2018

At 40, Alexander McQueen, the rule-breaking, barn-burning, sacred-cow-goring British fashion designer, seemed to be a man on top of the world. But in 2010, at the height of his fame and creative powers in a field he loved, he took his own life.


By Roberto Friedman | July 26, 2018

The audience for the opening night of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 38 at the Castro Theatre last Thursday night knew that they were in the presence of genius.

By David Lamble | July 26, 2018

The 38th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival's final four days at the Castro Theatre feature 20 programs, narratives and documentaries focusing on identity - sexual, ethnic and religious.


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