San Francisco Film Society

From left, Martin Scorsese, Emma Tillinger Koskoff, Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, Thelma Schoonmaker, and Issei Ogata, far right, and his translator apppear at a screening of “Silence” at The Castro Theatre.  (Courtesy Alex Arabian)

Martin Scorsese screens ‘Silence’ in The City

Martin Scorsese eased into his seat in the Castro on Monday and…

 

COURTESY  PHOTOThe 58th San Francisco International Film Festival’s varied offerings include “3 1/2 Minutes

Big lineup for 58th S.F. International Film Fest

On a wintry night in 1957 at the Metro Theater on Union…

 

Courtesy photo“Alex of Venice

SF film fest celebrates risk-takers

Noah Cowan, the recently appointed executive director of the San Francisco Film…

 

Courtesy PhotoNew Film Society director Noah Cowan spent a decade with the Toronto film fest.

Noah Cowan tapped to lead San Francisco Film Society

After a period of quick and dramatic turnovers in its leadership, the…

Courtesy PhotoNew Film Society director Noah Cowan spent a decade with the Toronto film fest.
Courtesy photoSan Francisco Film Society Executive Director Ted Hope

San Francisco Film Society in new search for new director

The San Francisco Film Society is looking for its fourth executive director…

Courtesy photoSan Francisco Film Society Executive Director Ted Hope
Courtesy photoNanni Moretti plays a psychiatrist in session with the newly elected pontiff (Michel Piccoli) in the delightful Italian film “We Have a Pope.”

'We Have a Pope' is a gentle Vatican dramedy

Elected pope but unrecognized and hiding out in Rome, an old man…

Courtesy photoNanni Moretti plays a psychiatrist in session with the newly elected pontiff (Michel Piccoli) in the delightful Italian film “We Have a Pope.”