NCTC world premieres an audio solo play about Black pain during the pandemic.
I'm a native San Franciscan (we're being hunted to extinction) who is also an actor, writer, and lots of other stuff. I'll talk about those things along with books, plays, films, videogames, finding a job in one of the most populous cities in the US, and why "Muppet Babies" was the greatest television show of all time (better even than "F Troop").
We’re all trapped in a routine, so the SF Ballet presents a trio of shows about breaking out.
Everyone involved in this should be ashamed. EVERYONE.
The only thing worse than COVID depression is when additional frustrations are piled on top of it.
I bring back my job-hunting column to report on recent frustrations and one wonderful bit of feedback.
The now-virtual festival closes on a down note with a “rednexsploitation” tale starring Sean Penn’s son.
Quiet character work and stunning cinematography make a fine, small drama from Japan.
Grindhouse flick with four chicks whose arms are chopped off for gladiatorial weapons. What else is there to say?
An intimate story about a changing San Francisco makes for one of the best films of the still-young year of 2021.
Jennifer Sharp’s Hollywood satire is two interesting films that make up a single uneven film.