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Cheers to CAAMFest's crop of female Asian American film directors

Spiking the box office

THE YEAR IN FILM: Looking back at a triumphant year for African American films

Not from around here

French synth-pop giants Phoenix and Daft Punk tap into the alien within

Tribeca Film Festival wrap-up: the best of the rest!

It was the best of sequesters: oh, Tribeca, how to wrap up the many, many days spent hidden away in the dark, watching flickering...

Noodles, street dancers, and more from the Tribeca Film Fesival

April 30, 2013
The only-in-Noo Yawk perks of the Tribeca Film Festival? The proximity of theaters like AMC Loews Village 7 to repositories of ramen deliciousity like...

Tribeca Film Festival report: opening night (and beyond)!

April 24, 2013
Ah, welcome to the land of Law and Order — and the Tribeca Film Festival —as Richard Belzer introduced the event's opening night movie,...

Punk democracy

Mike Park's scrappy Asian Man Records keeps prices low, maintains integrity, helps bands help themselves

In the blood

CAAMFest's family-focused (but not necessarily family-friendly) films

Chick it out

YEAR IN FILM 2012: A new wave of female screenwriters emerged in 2012

All in the game

A one-percenter fumbles for his ill-gotten gains in Arbitrage

The comeback king

A rock'n'roll cult hero is reborn in 'Searching for Sugar Man'

Dream Layers

Dark nightmares inspire pop-prog Brooklyn act Chairlift

Where there’s a Will

The comedian tries something old (nudity!) and something new (Spanish dialogue) in Casa de mi Padre

Here’s lookin’ at you, kids

San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival's youth revolution: now with breakdancing, party-rocking, and pint-sized ninja stars. Plus, film critic Cheryl Eddy's SFIAAFF picks

Whither indie?

As Noise Pop turns 20, tracing sound from Overwhelming Colorfast to Young Prisms

Sorrow, tears, blood — and dance

Old friends and inspired musicians revisit Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti's influence at Saturday's World Wide Dance Party

Hey girl

YEAR IN FILM: In praise of the actors who redefined "sex symbol" in 2011

Man/machine

YEAR IN MUSIC 2011: Synthpop rises again

Silence is golden

Michel Hazanavicius triumphs beyond homage with The Artist

Don’t say CANT

Producer-composer Chris Taylor stands out on his own

Earth mover

Eleanor Friedberger pulls from the personal for Last Summer

Happy accidents

Givers revel in the Louisiana heat

Deep in the heart

One Day's Lone Scherfig directs an uncommon rom-com

‘West’-ward ho

Wooden Shjips cultivates California mythology on its new album