Anita Katz

Diverse lineup in 11th SF Latino film fest

Features, docs, shorts from three continents on roster

‘Raise Hell’ showcases Molly Ivins’ wicked wit

Inspiring doc profiles prophetic political writer

‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ is magical, horrifying, realistic

Writer-director Issa Lopez a storytelling talent worth watching

Fall 2019 Arts Preview: Museums

Exhibitions feature renowned and emerging artists, past and present

Gorgeous glass

Lino Tagliapietra master works on view in S.F. gallery show

‘One Child Nation’ a powerful exposé

Film brings to light dark point in China’s history

‘Luce’ an elucidating story of race, class, identity

Kelvin Harrison Jr. excels as struggling, searching teen

Annabeth Rosen’s wild things at Contemporary Jewish Museum

‘Fired, Broken, Gathered, Heaped’ collects ceramicist’s singular works

‘Mike Wallace Is Here’ a solid survey of 20th century news

Documentary looks at long career of ‘60 Minutes’ reporter

‘For Sama’ a powerful, touching view of Syrian war

New mother documents trauma, beauty of life in Aleppo

East meets West with charm in ‘The Farewell’

Lulu Wang’s family dramedy enjoyable, empathetic

Post-World War II Italy in vivid black-and-white

‘NeoRealismo’ showcases images from 1932 to 1960

‘Sarah and Saleem’ an effective Middle East thriller

Jerusalem-set drama is observant, suspenseful

‘Maiden’ a dazzling doc about female sailors

Film thrillingly details history-making Whitbread race

‘Beloved’ author Toni Morrison tells her story

‘Pieces I Am’ an engrossing documentary

‘Self, Made’ poses fun, provocative questions

Interactive Exploratorium show mixes science, sociology

‘Funan’ beautiful, harrowing tale

A compelling depiction of life under Khmer Rouge

‘Halston’ doesn’t dig beneath designer’s glam surface

Doc showcases fashion great’s art rather than character