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By Meredith Brody The programmers at the 42nd Mill Valley Film Festival (October 3rd through 13th) have saved some of the best for last – plums are studded through the second half of the festival (Click film titles to open a new window taking you to full details, showtimes and ticket purchase), including on Wednesday […]
By Meredith Brody Bay Area cinephiles rejoice! Your first crack at the marquee titles you’ve been hearing about for months, since Sundance, Berlin, Cannes, Telluride, Venice, and Toronto, is nigh – they’re coming to a film festival near you! The Mill Valley Film Festival, taking place in a number of theaters in Mill Valley, San […]
By Gary Meyer One of the challenges for any film festival is finding the perfect opening night movie. A curator wants a terrific movie first but also it must be a crowd pleaser— Not too experimental or heavily political. You don’t want to alienate the opening night audience who may not be as adventurous as […]
by Gaetano Kazuo Maida You might try to resist THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM, a feast of food porn and farming, but just go with it, trust me. It’s a dramatic, studio-class production, with sophisticated nature cinematography, lots of cute animals, bucolic landscapes, idiosyncratic characters, some clever animation, and a Hollywood score, but there’s an intimate […]
by Gary Meyer The range of experiences we can expect at the 37th CAAMFEST can always be expected to be full of surprises. While the Center for Asian American Media presents stories for audiences all over the country their focus is bringing the best to the San Francisco Bay Area audiences who respond with enthusiasm […]