When Keith “Malik” Washington in January exposed a Covid-19 outbreak at a federal “transitional housing” facility in the Tenderloin, he was met with a disciplinary …
Another year of film, 2018, was packed with duds and absolute marvels.
In ‘Free Solo,’ the audience is immersed into the mind of free climber Alex Honnold.
In 1968, a children’s television show launched on public television. With basic props and a simple set, weirdly enough, it succeeded.
Digging deep into the dominant Oakland Athletics teams of the 1970s, MLB Network’s documentary “The Swingin’ A’s” delves into everything from the team’s kooky stylings to MC Hammer.
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) is marking a vibrant 36th year by offering 68 films from 16 countries at four venues throughout the Bay Area.
Lance Armstrong’s story has enough tragedy and duplicity that any viewer — sports fan or otherwise — will get wrapped up in The Armstrong Lie.
Salinger, Shane Salerno’s doc on J.D. Salinger, fatally falls into the camp that has mythologized the author for decades.
Last May, three filmmakers took off in a converted airport shuttle to document 70 of California’s State Parks threatened due to budget cuts.