Movies and TV

‘Selah and the Spades,’ ‘Abe,’ on this week’s home-viewing menu

Teen clique dramedy makes the grade; boy chef tale delivers family fare

The man behind C-3PO talks about his 40-plus years on “Star Wars”

Last month, the man behind one of the most famous characters in one of the all-time most popular movie franchises was in San Francisco

Savor the classic comedy of Betty White and Rose Marie

Streaming docs recount careers of two show-biz greats

Compelling ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ new on demand

‘Slay the Dragon,’ ‘Other Lamb’ also notable

Series worth streaming: ‘High Fidelity,’ ‘Anne with an E’

Different lives showcased in engrossing Hulu, Netflix shows

Innovative ways to view indie (and Hollywood) movies

‘Phoenix, Oregon’ streams with revenues assisting indie theaters

  • Mar 23, 2020

Women charm in droll comedy ‘Blow the Man Down’

Criterion streams classic German expressionist cinema

Stream the excellent ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Okay’

Australian comic Josh Thomas has created two great shows

Local arts groups stream canceled productions

Berkeley Rep, ACT selling tickets to see recorded shows

S.F. pastry chef vies for TV’s Spring Baking champion

Proper Hotel’s Sohrob Esmaili brings flower power to Food Network show

Thick as thieves in ‘First Cow, Burnt Orange Heresy’

Very different films both based around moral complexities of stealing

Keala Settle lives the greatest showman’s rule

Singer overcomes fears with success of ‘This Is Me’

Films opening March 6, 2020

‘Fellini at 100’ showcases master’s films Saturday at the Castro

  • Mar 6, 2020

Pixar’s ‘Onward’ a fun fantasy romp

Animated feature succeeds Despite Disney ‘dead parent’ trope

  • Mar 6, 2020

Coronavirus threat postpones Stanford museum programs, Ocean film fest

Officials take precaution as public health concerns mount

‘Burden,’ ‘Incitement’ focus on real-life haters

Films detail lives of KKK members, Rabin’s assassin

Cinequest turns 30 with films and much more

Silicon Valley fest offers latest in tech and live performances, too

Will Forte gets ‘Extra Ordinary,’ Dan Scanlon moves ‘Onward’

Funny filmmakers also can produce a touching moment or two

Oprah brings her 2020 vision to Chase Center

TV star, mogul shares wellness advice, personal stories