The Red Vic collective announced today that after 31 years of continuous operation as a cooperatively-run, single screen neighborhood theater, the theater will be closing its doors July 25.
Not surprisingly, Bay Area critics, fans, exhibitors and filmmakers did not arrive at a consensus on the best films of the decade.
It was a big year for 3D, but Bay Area critics and film-industry folk found many other dimensions in the cinema of 2009.
The latest launch under the SF Film Society's SF360 banner premieres this week on ComcastSF, Channel 11.
San Francisco artist James T. Hong is currently working on a documentary, tentatively titled New History Zero, which explores his interest in revisionist World War II history.
You can't imagine a critic like Cheryl Eddy,with her dazzlingly caustic skepticism, ever believed in Santa Claus.
Highlights of San Francisco Black Film Festival's eighth annual edition.
The second week of the 49th SFIFF was packed with tributes and special events, luring diverse crowds with honorees like Werner Herzog and Ed Harris.
Heroic firefighters, eerie simian costumes, a Baywatch star-as-activist, fierce flamenco dancers, and a rushing tide of watermelon juice.