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Jewish Film Festival discussion of Hannah Arendt film and Arendt's essays on Jewish topics with Ron Feldman, who helped discover the texts...Pilot episode of the Israeli show that brought about the hit Showtime series Homeland...Jewish Film Festival'
Challenging, entertaining cinema from around the world How ish are you anyway? That is the question posed by the 33rd annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, whose theme is Life Through a Jew(ish) Lens. The slogan reflects what festival executive
It mostly deals with the here and now and characters that urbanites see every day, people who need no introduction. Of course, once in a while a true outsider pops up, like Halley Feiffer, star and co-writer of He's Way More Famous Than You the
Beagle changed many of our lives with his novel The Last Unicorn , which was turned into an animated film in the 1980s. Now, after years of legal wrangling, a restored print of Last Unicorn is out there, and you can watch it with Beagle himself on
This This year's San Francisco International Film Festival will be dedicated to the late George Gund III , longtime chairman of the San Francisco Film Society and a generous festival benefactor...Running April 25 to May 9, the festival includes 158
This The Mighty Wurlitzer rises from its pit to the stage of the Castro Theatre , and David Hegarty is working the levers and keys and switches and pedals to pump out the show tunes, just as he has done almost every night for 30 years. Fifteen
Center for Asian American Media's annual exhibition of movies from Asia and the US. The good news: The festival's lineup of films appears to be as challenging and thoughtfully selected as ever...The 2012 short feature (61 minutes) from Thai
If you expect drag-queen cynicism from Joey Arias on the subject of Valentine's Day, you'll be disappointed. But then again, Arias, alternately described as "cabaret chanteuse," "bawdy comic" and "mistress of illusion," is not your typical drag
It's become a welcome annual event when a Sundance screening comes to us. This year, actress Lake Bell ("No Strings Attached," "What Happens in Vegas") will present her feature-film writing and directing debut, "In a World ... ".
In a festival not exactly known for gun control, "Gun Crazy" stands out: She's a trick-shot artist in a traveling circus; he's a small-town guy with a firearm fixation that led to stints in reform school and a hitch in the Army...Lewis ' low-budget,