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.
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.
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.
We wrap up our round-up of summer movies. Here's what to expect in August.
"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.
The 38th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival returns, with 49 programs including a handful of LGBTQ-themed features.
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.
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.
In "The Cakemaker" Thomas, a baker living in Berlin, meets Oren, a furtive Israeli with a sweet tooth.
Here's a summary of films from Frameline 42 that have already secured theater distribution or TV deals.
Watching Bruce LaBruce's new movie induced flashbacks of woman-only space in all its glory and terror.
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.