It's all about the law on this fine Friday. Art, film and swimming too.
'La Mission' premieres and neighborhood art does too.
Front tails, 360 pops, and high ollies. By FIDEL GOLDEN-REYNA & BETTY BASTIDAS
Free Farm Stand, irrigating community and more.
Litquake, SF Doc Fest and other goings on you shouldn't miss.
The festival opens Saturday and brings more than 50 films in two weeks.
The ATA Film-&-Video Festival, definitely not part of the mainstream.
Mission Eyes went to see Precious.
Citizen Film and the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival. En Español
All they would tell an inquisitive bystander on a bicycle was, "We're filming someone's journey of self-discovery." Does that mean porn?
"Stability is not in our vocabulary."
"Butte, America: The Saga of a Hard Rock Mining Town" makes its San Francisco debut tonight at the Victoria Theatre.
Mission resident and artist Ronald Chase founded SF Art and Film in 1993. The program offers free film screenings, Saturday art visits to galleries and museums, free tickets to cultural events, and the Film Workshop, an intensive professional filmmaking program for teenagers.
Filmmaker Lise Swenson has made a career out of asking questions — to make “Mission Movie” in 2004 and in her two residencies at the de Young Museum. In Swenson’s current run as the de Young’s filmmaker-in-residence, her 90 video interviews of artists featured at the museum, including Andy Goldsworthy, Ann Marie Sayers, Meklit Hadero and Catherine Wagner, have been...
A story that happened in San Francisco is actually being shot in San Francisco.