A British New Wave classic starring Kim Stanley as a psychic at Pacific Film Archive, plus 80s-sitcom-style weirdness.
This week: a magnificent magical realist fable from the slums of Mexico City; plus, a heartfelt paean to psychedelic sage Ram Dass.
Le Guin grew up in Berkeley in a family that included people from all walks of life, from Europeans to Native Americans. That exposure to many cultures gave her a very expansive view of the world.
There’s a surfeit of cinematic goodies out there as we go into the Labor Day weekend.
‘Turn It Around’ tells how the outcasts, freaks and nerds of the East Bay came together to create a safe, inclusive punk community in a very special place: Berkeley’s 924 Gilman.