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Con and on

Thrilling, stylish Highsmith adaptation 'The Two Faces of January'

Cel mates

Mill Valley Film Festival screens vintage and innovative animated features


More Mill Valley Film Festival picks

You better recognize

Under-the-radar artists (and a misunderstood legend) get their due in Mill Valley Film Fest doc

Keys of life

Jimi Hendrix and Nick Cave feature in two very different movies

Waltz work

Tarantino's muse can't save Terry Gilliam's 'The Zero Theorem'

Joyous blues

New doc spotlights the musical wanderings of Arhoolie Records founder Chris Strachwitz

Falling apart together

Siblings mend their broken relationship — if not their broken lives — in dramedy 'The Skeleton Twins'

Urban decay

A family struggles to survive in crime drama 'Metro Manila'

Flynn and out

Hollywood-scandal tale 'The Last of Robin Hood' comes up short

High fly

A baseball legend comes to life in 'No No: A Dockumentary'

Cruel stories of youth

'Rich Hill' and 'Me and You' offer very different (but equally compelling) coming-of-age tales


Aubrey Plaza slays in 'Life After Beth'

Cubicle cult

Stephen Root on staplers and the enduring appeal of 'Office Space'

Beyond the force

'Alec Guinness at 100' presents epics, capers, and delightful deceptions — but no mind tricks

Ye of little faith

A priest struggles with his flock in John Michael McDonagh's tasteful, frustrating 'Calvary'

Rise up singing

'Alive Inside' charts one man's quest to bring music to patients with memory loss

Shots fired

A PFA series brings World War I films into focus

Inglorious bastards

'The Kill Team' brings an ugly chapter in US military history to light

What she sees

Truth, tears, and staple-gun battles: SFJFF's female-centric films

What she sees

Truth, tears, and staple-gun battles: San Francisco Jewish Film Festival's female-centric films

Framing fame

Entertainers take center stage in SF Jewish Film Festival docs

Moving pictures

Cinematic journeys with the Matatu Film Festival

Blurry portrait

'Llyn Foulkes One Man Band' takes on an inscrutable artist