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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.

By David Lamble | July 26, 2018

The new documentary "Dark Money" (opens Friday) argues that the Watergate-era reforms addressing the Nixon scandals have been eclipsed by more sinister efforts by corporations (and possibly foreign governments) to rig the system.

By Brian Bromberger | July 26, 2018

Logo-TV's latest documentary "Light in the Water" tells the untold story of a LA competitive swim team that became a force in the LGBTQ sports movement.

By David Lamble | July 26, 2018

We wrap up our round-up of summer movies. Here's what to expect in August.

By Erin Blackwell | July 26, 2018

"The #1 rule of political reporting is 'Follow the money,'" says John Adams, capital bureau chief for The Great Falls Tribune from 2007-15, who covers campaign finance abuse in Montana.

By David Lamble | July 18, 2018

The 38th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival returns, with 49 programs including a handful of LGBTQ-themed features.

By Tavo Amador | July 18, 2018

Exceptionally handsome, tall, buffed, blonde, blue-eyed, Tab Hunter - named by agent Henry Willson, who also christened Rock Hudson - was labeled the "Sigh Guy," and had countless teenage girls (and boys) fantasizing about him.

By Sari Staver | July 18, 2018

The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival will screen two films and will hold a panel discussion focusing on women behind and in front of the lens who are revolutionizing the way women are presented in film.

By David Lamble | July 18, 2018

In "The Cakemaker" Thomas, a baker living in Berlin, meets Oren, a furtive Israeli with a sweet tooth.

By David Lamble | July 11, 2018

Here's a summary of films from Frameline 42 that have already secured theater distribution or TV deals.

By Erin Blackwell | July 11, 2018

Watching Bruce LaBruce's new movie induced flashbacks of woman-only space in all its glory and terror.

By David-Elijah Nahmod | July 10, 2018

Arthur Andrew Kelm has died, age 86. World famous as Tab Hunter, he became an iconic heartthrob in 1950s Hollywood and also enjoyed a successful career as a recording artist.

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