A mini-retrospective of the work of Kim Longinotto plays during the Women Make Movies Film Festival at the Roxie.
In Strand: A Natural History of Cinema, Christian Bruno pays homage to the pivotal and shifting role of movie theaters in San Francisco's cultural life.
When Vida Ghahremani became a movie star at 16 in the Shah's Iran, she felt as if she were in prison.
Fresh insight into the Iranian director is offered in a remarkable DVD featuring Five, an experimental, meditative film set on the shores of the Caspian.
The documentary Persian Garden chronicles the grandest art exhibition in Iran since the 1979 Revolution.