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The Song of Sway Lake, a romantic drama set in the Adirondacks, opens at the Roxie. (Courtesy photo)

Films opening Friday, Sept. 21, 2018

Blaze: Based on a true story, the film by Ethan Hawke is…

 

“The Fourth Estate,” a film by Liz Garbus that goes behind the scenes at the New York Times during Donald Trump’s first days as president, screens at the Jewish Film Festival on July 26.

Diverse views in 38th SF Jewish film fest

The 38th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival opens and closes with profiles…

 

Sam Melo, second from left, brings Rainbow Kitten Surprise to the Fillmore. (Courtesy Matthew Salacuse)

Spiritual warfare informs Sam Melo’s music

Vocalist Sam Melo didn’t have much choice about forming his R&B combo…

 

Asif Khan appears in four provocative monologues that make up Hassan Abdulrazzak’s “Love, Bombs & Apples,” onstage in its U.S. premiere presented by Golden Thread Productions. (Courtesy Mila Sanders)

Pesky Middle East politics at center in funny ‘Love, Bombs & Apples’

The title “Love, Bombs & Apples” doesn’t convey the scope of the…

Asif Khan appears in four provocative monologues that make up Hassan Abdulrazzak’s “Love, Bombs & Apples,” onstage in its U.S. premiere presented by Golden Thread Productions. (Courtesy Mila Sanders)
Foxtrot, a film by Israeli director Samuel Maoz, describes the life of a young man in the army. (Courtesy photo)

Films opening Friday, March 16, 2018

7 Days in Entebbe: Israeli soldiers embark on a mission to rescue…

Foxtrot, a film by Israeli director Samuel Maoz, describes the life of a young man in the army. (Courtesy photo)
The Cult -- with Ian Astbury, left, and Billy Duffy -- plays the Warfield. (Courtesy Tim Cadiente)

Cult takes on spirituality in ‘Hidden City’

It’s been three decades since British outfit The Cult released its landmark…

The Cult -- with Ian Astbury, left, and Billy Duffy -- plays the Warfield. (Courtesy Tim Cadiente)

Famous novelist wants you to know ‘I Still Love Obama. Love. Love. Love.’

Noted contrarian news outlet Slate has a very, er, interesting piece today…