The San Francisco Silent Film Festival is hands-down the most excellent of the year, even though everyone in the films is dead and there's no possibility of clamoring red-carpet adulation by selfie-obsessed fans.
Summer films are soon upon us. Here's what's coming up in June.
With "On Chesil Beach" (opens Friday), novelist Ian McEwan turns screenwriter, training his comically jaundiced eye to the task of adapting his 2008 novel about 1962-era newlyweds.
Seeing the "Angels in America" revival at Berkeley Rep last month was among the most powerful theatre experiences Out There has ever had. It runs through July 22, and if you're interested in the American stage, you must see it.
Kim Novak (b. Marilyn Novak, 1933) is best-known for her dual roles of Madeleine and Judy in Alfred Hitchcock's San Francisco-set "Vertigo" (1958). On May 20, she will appear at the Castro Theatre to discuss her career.
A new film of Anton Chekhov;s 1896 play "The Seagull" opens Friday at the Landmark Clay.
Whether you know it or not, the summer movie season is upon us.
Hollywood legend Kim Novak will appear at the Castro Theatre on Sunday, May 20, for "A Tribute to Living Legend Kim Novak."
As the crew scrambled to put the finishing touches on the new film "Bitter Melon," director H.P. Mendoza got some good news from CAAMfest 36, the upcoming Asian American film festival where his new film will be the centerpiece narrative.
There's quite an LGBTQ accent to the 36th edition of CAAMfest, formerly the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival.
The Roxie Theater, San Francisco's longest-running independent movie theater (since 1909), has never abandoned its mission of showing practically everything that can be projected.
May finds the Castro Theatre devoting a full month to its delicious mix of new and old faves.