SAN FRANCISCO — Where’s that darn figgy pudding?! Read More
It’s not just leaves that fall this time of year; box office expectations do, too. Vacation is over for blockbusters. The best multiplex customers, the under-25 set, have less leisure time for smitten vampires and pre-sold sequels. Read More
German choreographer Pina Bausch, who died last year, is one of the most famous and controversial figures on Europe’s modern-dance scene.
Her works taxed the patience of some, but compelled many others to become devoted fans.
Beginning Thursday and running through May 30, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presents “To the Limit: Pina Bausch on Film,” a defining collection covering many aspects of her career and work. Read More
Don’t let the title fool you. "District 13" bears no relation to last year’s "District 9," though it is a sequel — to the frenzied, Luc Besson-produced "District B13" (2004), an artfully choreographed celebration of the French fighting style known as parkour. Read More
The San Francisco State student’s film “A cartoon about death” is in the final rounds of the National College Funny Film Competition. Narrowed down from every college in the country, there are eight contestants left. Read More
The filming brought the life and times of Harvey Milk back to San Francisco, and know you can see the film — or at least the trailer for it.
The biopic about one of the first openly gay elected officials in the country includes scenes from San Francisco that include City Hall and the Castro District. Read More
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom's wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom filed a lawsuit against an independent film producer and his company on Monday for allegedly using her $75,000 investment and not following through with prior arrangements or repayment, according to court documents. Read More
Hyperbole runs rampant in the entertainment industry, but it’s hardly effusive to call Woody Allen a living legend.
At 72, the Brooklyn-born director of “Annie Hall” and “Manhattan” has received 21 Oscar nominations during his four-plus decades behind the camera, taking home the statuette three times. Read More