Mill Valley amps up the star wattage in its annual mix of local, international titles.
Audience-engaging stories in a variety of genres highlight SFFS's inaugural Hong Kong Cinema weekend.
Sex-filled fictions dominate Toronto International Film Festival; eclectic docs inspire action.
North Bay world, independent showcase ready to screen wide range of films in early October.
Berkeley-programmed Festival is a favorite for cinephiles; features Caetano Veloso as 2011 Guest Director.
SFJFF covers broad geographic, political terrain.
San Francisco Silent Film Festival features the work of the most important female director of the silent era, Lois Weber.
A film festival and conference offered audiences and makers opportunities to move forward.
One day of Frameline35 finds Witi Ihimaera offering insight into the writing of 'Kawa,' dour Norweigan drag kings processing endlessly and Ma Rainey being well-remembered.
It gets better: Frameline35 offers a strong selection of work about youth.
The San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival delivers internationally as well as locally made films of every identity and genre stripe.
The adventure of Another Hole in the Head Film Festival requires you risk seeing the occasional dud to seek out the gems.
Margaret Cho, transgender cinema are highlights of 2011 LGBT festival.
Matthew Barney talks art, sports and spectacle at the Sundance Kabuki.
Writers for the Festival’s daily ‘Scoop’ capture live director-audience interactions.
In a quarter century of filmmaking feats, persistence and vision are defining qualities for Matthew Barney.
Beginnings, endings and the dazzling cinema in between honored in SFFS's annual awards show.
Oliver Stone reflects on his own heated past, and the world’s, as he accepts the Founder’s Directing Award onstage at the Castro Theatre during SFIFF54.
A soundtrack staple in the Denis oeuvre, Tindersticks play their beautifully brooding music live to clips at SFIFF54.
Terence Stamp has treated acting not as a job, but as a restless quest for new frontiers.
Zoe Saldana and Clifton Collins, Jr., share candid thoughts with a raucous audience.
Mike Mills and Ewan McGregor lit up the Castro on San Francisco International's opening night.
Films in the 54th SFIFF immerse viewers in distant times, unique places.
SF International's 54th wide-ranging program is announced.
Issues, philosophies spark SXSW's 2011 films.
New technology and futuristic themes featured prominently at South by Southwest this year.
An environmental film festival with exceptional flair enters the San Francisco scene.
Noise Pop brings the noise as well as great filmmaking to its annual music-and-movie event.
SF Silent Film Festival's Winter Event offers financial dramas that speak volumes.
Australian films comprise fully a third of the Mostly British Film Festival lineup.
SF Indiefest brings drama, doc, fact, fiction and physique into its annual showcase.