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New Parkway Theater Curates a Weeklong Series of Oakland-Themed Films

New Parkway Theater Curates a Weeklong Series of Oakland-Themed Films

The New Parkway Theater is hosting its first “Oakland Week” from September 16th-22nd. Titles that are chosen for the series include films created by Oakland filmmakers, films that star Oakland actors, documentaries and stories that are set or shot in the town. As Oakland is…

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Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

This Saturday, pop art fans will be brought together for “Deep Cuts,” a Kurt Russell themed art show at Public Works. The show is presented by Time Beards who curated a line-around-the-block Miyasaki themed art show back in March. After the Miyasaki show we were wondering—who…

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A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

A First of Its Kind Stanley Kubrick Exhibit Coming to SF

The first show dedicated to the life and work of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is coming to San Francisco starting June 30 and will be available to view at the Contemporary Jewish Museum through October 30. The exhibit will showcase a treasure trove of materials…

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Coming Soon: Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater

Coming Soon: Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Theater

For 18 years, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has combined hospitality and quality cinema to movie-goers in 21 cities across America. This month, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema brings its award-winning, immersive movie-viewing experience to The New Mission. We got a sneak peak of the meticulously-restored space with…

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Win ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Opening Night Tickets + Super7 Prize Pack

Win ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Opening Night Tickets + Super7 Prize Pack

Enter below for your chance to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a friend the day before its official release, at AMC Van Ness on Thursday December 17th at 10:15pm. Also included, is a prize pack of Star Wars goodies from Super7, an internationally recognized and locally-based company…

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Everything Is Terrible! Legends Tour Arrives in SF, Oakland

Everything Is Terrible! Legends Tour Arrives in SF, Oakland

Just when you thought the Internet had killed every obscure pop culture reference happening before Y2K, this video came along to ruin that for you.  This coming Monday, Everything is Terrible! continues its Legends Tour on the West Coast, beginning with (hey-o) San Francisco. Started…

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Now Playing: Frozen, Hole in the Head, or Tall & Happy

Now Playing: Frozen, Hole in the Head, or Tall & Happy

It’s an odd mix of films as Hollywood adjusts to the Catching Fire phenomenon. But this Thanksgiving week, we have a few suggestions: go for a walk; give thanks for whatever you have — remember that there’s somebody who has less stuff and/or more problems…

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Now Playing: Catching Fire, Nebraska & Cinema by the Bay

Now Playing: Catching Fire, Nebraska & Cinema by the Bay

Finally, after much build up, we all get a chance to catch fire. And it seems the movie is actually worthy of the hype. But if the crowds are too much, there will be plenty of great lower budget / more indie style films like…

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Now Playing: Foreign Cinema, Transgender Film, Dallas Buyers & Thor

Now Playing:  Foreign Cinema, Transgender Film, Dallas Buyers & Thor

Movie-goers, this week there’s something that will cater to almost all of your diverse tastes. There are films from and about other parts of the world; there’s a Transgender Film Festival; a couple of adult film at Yerba Buena Center; drama (The Motel Life) and…

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Now Playing: I Am A Ghost, Nosferatu and Tey

Now Playing:  I Am A Ghost, Nosferatu and Tey

Halloween parties dominate. Avoid the movies unless it’s scary. Here are a couple of suggestions: I Am A Ghost at the Castro or The Balboa presents Nosferatu and Creature Features. Tey makes it’s SF Premiere at the Roxie on Sunday. Movies Opening This Week: Oct…

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Now Playing: Sister Cities Cinema, After Tiller, and SF Art & Film for Teenagers Fest

Now Playing: Sister Cities Cinema, After Tiller, and SF Art & Film for Teenagers Fest

Occasionally we double back to art house films when everything Hollywood’s offering pretty much sucks. This is one of those weeks. If you want to watch Carrie, rent the one with Sissy Spacek — now that’s a freaky classic. What’s good? If you haven’t seen…

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Now Playing: Sacred Ground, Muscle Shoals, Captain Phillips and Mother of George

Now Playing:  Sacred Ground, Muscle Shoals, Captain Phillips and Mother of George

Another week of solid choices abound. Fresh off its premiere at Mill Valley Film Festival, Standing on Sacred Ground is a sincere look at the fight to preserve native cultures and the magical places the inhabit. Muscle Shoals shines a light on another magical place,…

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