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    Soderbergh on the state of the industry, and why 'cinema is shrinking'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2013

    Oscar-winning director gave a keynote address at the San Francisco Film Fest
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    'Beasts of the Southern Wild' director to be honored by San Francisco fest

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Apr 19, 2012

    Cannes's lone Sundance holdover gets an early kudo in the Bay Area
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    Watch the trailer for Elliott Smith doc, 'Heaven Adores You'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Apr 30, 2014

    Kickstarter-funded film bows in San Francisco next week.
  • Medicine for Melancholy - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009

    Fate (and alcohol) brings two people together in this independent romantic comedy-drama. Joanne (Tracey Heggins) and Micah (Wyatt Cenac) wake up together one morning after a drunken one-night stand, the result of attending a late-night party at the home of a mutual friend. It becomes clear they don't know each other very well and after sharing breakfast, Joanne isn't interested in getting to know Micah any better. However, when Micah discovers that Joanne has misplaced her wallet, he stops by her apartment to return it, and they end up spending the day together. Joanne and Micah don't appear to have much in common; she's well-to-do and lives in San Francisco's pricey Marina District, while he has a flat in the rough-and-tumble Tenderloin and works with a group of activists struggling to make housing affordable in the city by the bay. As the day wears on, Joanne and Micah become increasingly aware of a genuine mutual attraction, but they also realize just how different they really are. The first feature film from writer and director Barry Jenkins, Medicine for Melancholy received its premiere at the 2008 San Francisco International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
  • Medicine for Melancholy - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 27, 2009

    Fate (and alcohol) brings two people together in this independent romantic comedy-drama. Joanne (Tracey Heggins) and Micah (Wyatt Cenac) wake up together one morning after a drunken one-night stand, the result of attending a late-night party at the home of a mutual friend. It becomes clear they don't know each other very well and after sharing breakfast, Joanne isn't interested in getting to know Micah any better. However, when Micah discovers that Joanne has misplaced her wallet, he stops by her apartment to return it, and they end up spending the day together. Joanne and Micah don't appear to have much in common; she's well-to-do and lives in San Francisco's pricey Marina District, while he has a flat in the rough-and-tumble Tenderloin and works with a group of activists struggling to make housing affordable in the city by the bay. As the day wears on, Joanne and Micah become increasingly aware of a genuine mutual attraction, but they also realize just how different they really are. The first feature film from writer and director Barry Jenkins, Medicine for Melancholy received its premiere at the 2008 San Francisco International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Clint Eastwood's 'Jersey Boys' to premiere at 2014 LA film fest

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, May 6, 2014

    Will it arrive as an awards contender this summer?
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    Sundance: Wishing a speedy recovery to Bingham Ray (UPDATED)

    Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Jan 21, 2012

    The indie mainstay suffered a stroke this week in Park City
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    Kristen Stewart's 'Camp X-Ray' among films selected for Sundance USA initiative

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Dec 12, 2013

    Nine films will be screened in nine locations across the country on January 30
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    About Cherry

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Sep 21, 2012

    A teen enters the porn industry in San Francisco.
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    Mindy Kaling says she wept when she visited Pixar to discuss 'Inside Out'

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, May 18, 2015

    Amy Poehler still holding out hope for the Palme d'Or
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