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    Max Rose Disappoints

    Max Rose Disappoints

    Jerry Lewis stars as the title character in Max Rose, a 2013 drama just getting a theatrical release now. The film, which opens September 16, did not sit on the…

    Two Intimate, Poignant Films Now Available on DVD: Beautiful Something and The Royal Road

    Two Intimate, Poignant Films Now Available on DVD: Beautiful Something and The Royal Road

    Two San Francisco-based filmmakers have films out on DVD. Writer/director Joseph Graham’s intimate, affecting drama Beautiful Something chronicles four characters whose lives overlap over the course of a night. Brian…

    Stylish Front Cover Offers Gay Asian Twist to Romantic Comedy-Drama

    Stylish Front Cover Offers Gay Asian Twist to Romantic Comedy-Drama

    In writer/director Ray Yeung’s fabulous Front Cover,” opening August 19 at Lee Neighborhood’s Four Star Theatre, Ryan (the charming Jake Choi) is an American-born Chinese fashion stylist who is proud…

    Adult World Intrudes Upon Boyhood Friendship in Little Men

    Adult World Intrudes Upon Boyhood Friendship in Little Men

    Little Men, opening August 12 at the Clay Theatre, is out filmmaker Ira Sachs’ sly, gentle comedy of manners about Brian (Greg Kinnear), an actor, and his wife Kathy (Jennifer…

    Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie Keeps the Outrageous, Raunchy Party Going

    Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie  Keeps the Outrageous, Raunchy Party Going

    Edina (Jennifer Saunders) and Patsy (Joanna Lumley) are back and on the big screen! Yes, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie reunites the best friends for more madcap adventures. In the film,…

    Superb Venezuelan Drama From Afar Continues Trilogy About Absent Latin Fathers

    Superb Venezuelan Drama From Afar  Continues Trilogy About Absent Latin Fathers

    In Venezuelan writer/director Lorenzo Vigas’ superb drama From Afar, which won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, Armando (Alfredo Castro) is a 50-year-old man who pays young men…

    Features, Shorts and Documentaries Featured in Final Days of Frameline40

    Features, Shorts and Documentaries Featured  in Final Days of Frameline40

    The 40th Frameline Film Festival ends this weekend, but there are still some great films to catch. Here is a list of four features, four shorts programs, and four documentaries…

    Changing the World Through the Power of Queer Cinema

    As a media arts non-profit, Frameline’s programs connect filmmakers and audiences in the Bay Area and around the world. The festival’s integrated programs provide critical funding for emerging LGBTQ filmmakers;…

    Frameline40 Local Filmmakers & Ties

    Frameline40 Local Filmmakers & Ties

    Bernal Heights Freedom to Marry Producer Jenni Olson lives in the Bernal Heights, Glen Park area. The Presidio also gets a mention, as funding for the film came from the…

    Hits and Misses at Frameline40

    Hits and Misses at Frameline40

    It’s that special time of year, The Frameline Film Festival! Featuring hundreds of LGBTQ features, documentaries and shorts, this year’s festival–the 40th!–offers a terrific program of independent and international voices…

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