Results 1 - 9 of 9 for "u:sfweekly.com" in Castro (San Francisco, CA)
Artists' Television Access. Her Tail Was Cut in Two: A collaborative showcase of short films and experimental cello music by Cyrus Yoshi Tabar, Janel Leppin, and Chris Lynn. Comment?
Some years ago, kiddies perusing the soft toy aisle received a lesson in discerning the abstract from the concrete. Comment?
Black Watch , the penultimate show in A.C.T.'s 46th season, is being marketed as a major departure for the company. Comment?
The latest from San Francisco-based film archivist Rick Prelinger, No More Road Trips? is a found-footage presentation constructed entirely from mid-20th century home movies of people driving from New York to California, back in the days when driving across the country was something middle-class families could actually afford. Comment?
Artists' Television Access. Other Cinema: Adam Parfrey's Ritual America : Feral House's publisher presents a 50-minute slideshow exposing the weird side of American fraternal organizations like the Masons, Mormons, Shriners, and beyond. Comment?
On the Anatomy of Thrift: Pork Provender in the Home Kitchen: Andrew Plotsky's series of short instructional videos on the subject of traditional pork processing. Comment?
Artists' Television Access. Cast Shadows: An evening of sound/film performances with Barn Owl, Marielle Jakobsons, John Davis, Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, and Paul Clipson. Comment?
The Castro Theatre. The 11th Annual San Francisco Film Noir Festival: Featuring: Try and Get Me! , Repeat Performance , High Tide , Native Son , The Chase , Sunset Boulevard , Experiment in Terror , Inferno , and Man in the Dark. Comment?
Artists' Television Access. Maggots and Men : Tells the story of the 1921 rebellion of the Kronstadt sailors against the Bolshevik government. Comment?