Five must-see documentaries at the huge San Francisco International Film Festival. Plus: Rare Finnish movies and a ton of SFIFF previews.
Filmmaker Rodney Ascher entices viewers into 'Room 237'
Fairy-tale inspiration done right, in two delightful imports
Pen-ek Ratanaruang's 'Thai Dreams' screen at YBCA
SF Cinematheque unleashes Crossroads 2013
CAAMFest's family-focused (but not necessarily family-friendly) films
Must-see docs highlight the newly renamed CAAMFest
'And God Created Jean-Louis Trintignant' celebrates a legendary career
Exotic terrors and fast women abound in the Roxie's latest 'pre-Code' series
San Jose's Cinequest unleashes stars, docs, dramas, and zombies -- plus Harrison Ford, Salman Rushdie, and Chuck Palahniuk
Vintage stars shine at Silent Winter
Local retrospectives spotlight Japan's innovative Art Theater Guild
Fall in love with vampires, acid, severed hands, and interplanetary war at the Vortex Room
Local filmmakers screen eyepopping shorts at IndieFest
Filmmaker Don Coscarelli on Elvis, Bigfoot, and 'John Dies at the End'
Indie icon Heather Matarazzo talks 'Welcome to the Dollhouse'
San Francisco filmmaker (and Oscar nominee!) Sari Gilman talks 'Kings Point'
A new doc goes to hell and back
Classics, premieres, and a 2013 Oscar nominee at the Mostly British Film Festival
The original 'Django' rides again at the Castro
'The Hills Run Red' fest showcases lesser-known spaghetti westerns
Oscar predictions (and wishful thinking) for 2013
Bin Laden thriller 'Zero Dark Thirty' courts controversy — and acclaim
A Lee Child fan follows Jack Reacher to the big screen