Now available to screen at home, this film marks the seventh collaboration between Dafoe and the director. An eighth comes out in July.
A tour of gorgeous quilt art, conversations about theater over wine, sheltering music, singalongs around the campfire and scientists myth-busting COVID-19 — five events for your pleasure, all virtual, of course.
A chance to savor the works of two great Hungarian directors, courtesy of BAMFA, as well as the movie François Truffaut famously described as the best film noir he’d ever seen.
All at the Virtual Roxie: the first great documentary of 2020 is full of surprising and deeply moving revelations; on set with a comic great; and an unsettling film best watched with the lights on.
E. Kay Trimberger learned that nurture isn’t everything.
Bid for bird art in the Golden Gate Audubon Society’s Birdathon auction; ask about archeology; make Sicky Syrup from elder twigs; bring the California Academy of Sciences home; or hear the choir sing.
San Francisco’s annual celebration of Asian and diaspora cinema will be coming to a device near you, albeit in a curtailed form, starting Wednesday, May 13 and continuing through Friday, May 22.
There are incredible films you can stream from home that go beyond Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other services.
What does the future hold for live music? We checked in with cherished music venues like Ashkenaz, Cal Performances and the Freight to see how they’re feeling and what they’re planning.
Rose Pastor Stokes was a Russian-Jewish émigré socialist who married one of the richest men in the U.S. Together they promoted socialism – until their divorce in 1917.
It goes without saying all our recommended activities are virtual. That said: Go on a garden tour, tune in to author conversations, study traditional music, watch dance or do earth crafts with the kids.
Chances also are that you’re in the mood for a movie with a happy ending: meet ‘Balloon.’ Plus: Pacific Film Archive films are coming to a small screen near you!