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The observer

Jem Cohen talks art, photography, and 'Museum Hours'

Highway to hell

'Blue Caprice' explores the murky motives of the Beltway snipers


A multi-venue series highlights edgy filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini

Silver screen playbook

FALL ARTS: FILM Hustlers, slaves, anchormen, and Nebraskans -- Hollywood and rep-house picks for the season ahead

Reel to real

Revisiting Shirley Clarke's 1967 'Portrait of Jason'


A 1990s tabloid princess rides again in 'Triple Fisher'

The truth hurts

Boxing, bigots, beauty, booze: Weighty themes permeate SF Jewish Film Festival docs

Glamour revival

Vintage stars and restored celluloid gleam at the SF Silent Film Festival

Once upon a time in Oakland

Director Ryan Coogler talks about Fruitvale Station, his acclaimed new film about Oscar Grant

We are the weirdos, mister

Invoking that teen goth witch drag spirit: Peaches Christ raises 'The Craft' with Sharon Needles and Alaska Thunderfuck

Still beating

Laura Albert and the ballad of JT LeRoy

Elm Street state of mind

FRAMELINE 2013: Gay horror icon Mark Patton revisits 'Nightmare 2'

More to grow on

FRAMELINE 2013: Short takes and highlights from Frameline37

Lives less ordinary

FRAMELINE 2013: Five docs about five great gay men -- plus more at the massive LGBT Film Fest, opening this week

The young master

'The Hitchcock 9' spotlights newly restored versions of the director's silents

Hell boys

Seth Rogen talks to us about Segways, Catholics, Kirk Cameron -- and his raunchy doomsday comedy 'This Is the End'

Wish you weren’t here

Ulrich Seidl's Paradise Trilogy mines vacation desperation

In search of …

'The Vortex Phenomena' unearths the unknown


DocFest is back (already!) with a slate of standouts

Get high

A brand-new festival highlights Himalayan films

Crazy sexy cruel

"Girls! Guns! Ghosts!" spotlights Japanese cult studio Shintoho

Man up

Tough guys rule at "I Wake Up Dreaming 2013" noir film fest

Aquarius rising

Free your mind and surrender to 'The Source Family'

Nordic track

SFIFF offers an all-too-rare opportunity to appreciate Finnish cinema