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SF Indie Fest Preview

SF Indie Fest Preview

Sundance signaled the beginning of the 2012 film festival circuit. Missed it? No worries. San Francisco and the Bay Area are home to some of the country’s best and most respected festivals. SF Indie Fest, one of the city’s biggest film festivals, kicks off on…

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Vice’s The Creators Project Comes to SF

Vice’s The Creators Project Comes to SF

Youth global media company VICE has teamed up with old guard computing corporation Intel for a sizeable two-day arts and technology event to be held at Fort Mason March 17-18.

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Artists Maira Kalman & Daniel Handler Talk Shop Live

Artists Maira Kalman & Daniel Handler Talk Shop Live

Maira Kalman and Daniel Handler come together at the Herbst Theatre for a chat with the public Friday, February 3 to assumedly discuss at length not only their recent collaborative effort— two works of young adult fiction 13 Words and Why We Broke Up—but also…

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Literary Events: Gene Youngblood, Fr. James Martin & Debbie Yee

Literary Events: Gene Youngblood, Fr. James Martin & Debbie Yee

This week’s best literary arts events include an alternative media lecture at YBCA, the Colbert Report chaplain at USF, and a chapbook making workshop at ARC Studios.

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Gallery Openings: Of Darkness, Harum Scarum & Visions Beyond the Badge

Gallery Openings: Of Darkness, Harum Scarum & Visions Beyond the Badge

This week’s best gallery openings include new shows at 111 Minna, the Harvey Milk Photography Center and the Luggage Store Gallery. 

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Theater: Vigilance & Fortunate Daughter Open, Sketchfest Closes

Theater: Vigilance & Fortunate Daughter Open, Sketchfest Closes

This week’s best theater events includes the premiers of two new plays and the close of SF Sketchfest 2012.

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Movie Review: The Grey

Movie Review: The Grey

A survival horror/thriller with arthouse pretensions, The Grey marks writer-director Joe Carnahan’s (Smokin’ Aces, Narc) return to smaller-budgeted, lean, economical filmmaking after a semi-disastrous foray into big-budget, tentpole filmmaking (The A-Team).

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Movie Review: Declaration of War

Movie Review: Declaration of War

A surprisingly upbeat film about a downer subject.

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Movie Review: Albert Nobbs

Movie Review: Albert Nobbs

An underwhelming, gender-switch period drama made watchable by a talented cast.

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Oscar Nominations Announced

Oscar Nominations Announced

It’s January, so everyone knows what that means…it’s awards season! Forgot the cold and the rain, it’s that time of year when films, TV and music are judged and voted upon and just this morning the biggest of them all made their 2012 nominations announcement…

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Film: Meet Josh Radnor Tonight at Kabuki Theater

Film: Meet Josh Radnor Tonight at Kabuki Theater

Actor Josh Radnor, star of hit television series “How I Met Your Mother,” is flying into San Francisco from the Sundance Film Festival tonight for a screening of his new film Liberal Arts at the Sundance Kabuki Cinema in Japantown.

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Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It

Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It

Actor, writer, director, producer, recording artist, and philanthropist William Shatner comes to town Sunday, March 3 in a show starring himself that’s been 80-years in the making.

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