The Landmark Albany Twin on Solano Avenue, which has been operating for over 80 years, is the latest local movie house closing its curtains.
Les Blank’s ‘Garlic Is as Good as Ten Mothers’ and ‘Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe’ (he really did — after Alice Waters cooked it!) will be shown on the big screen Saturday. Blank died in 2013.
‘Have You Lost Your Mind Yet?’ — a feature-length film following the performer’s journey from rural Massachusetts to Oakland — is one of the highlights of San Francisco DocFest, which starts Thursday.
The characters in ‘The Starling Girl’ — opening Friday at San Francisco’s AMC Kabuki 8 — are believable, fallible human beings struggling to avoid sin.
A late Soviet-era parable and a wacky Thai adventure movie come to the Pacific Film Archive.
A little chardonnay with your feature presentation? Berkeley’s last remaining commercial movie theater, the Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, bets on a beer-and-wine license to lure back movie-goers.
Playing at Berkeley’s Pacific Film Archive during the 66th SFFILM Fest: ‘The Snow and the Bear,’ a riveting mystery. Plus: ‘Daliland,’ a biopic of the Spanish surrealist, ‘Martinez,’ a small-scale office comedy-drama, and more.
A fractious family, a unique director, and an extremely clever young man are highlights of this year’s festival, which comes to Rialto Cinemas Elmwood on March 27.
The two-month series at the Pacific Film Archive kicks off Friday with the 1996 comedy-drama ‘The Watermelon Woman.’ Andy Warhol’s ‘My Hustler’ screens Saturday.
Generations of movie-goers are mourning the loss of a cinematic and architectural treasure, which closed around Feb. 3, weeks before anticipated.
‘Poundcake,’ about the media circus set off by a serial killer who targets Brooklyn’s white men, is hilarious. Also worth seeing: Ryan Worsley’s ‘Stand by For Failure,’ about the band Negativland, and ‘Chop and Steele,’ about the creators of the Found Footage Festival.
Jacques Becker’s final film depicts a tension-filled Parisian jailbreak.