Arts & Entertainment

A German Life

Reviews From 2016 San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

Posted July 19, 2016 by

The documentary “A German Life” unsettles viewers by considering complicity in Nazism based on career choice.   Directors Christian Krones, Olaf Muller, Roland Schrotthofer, and Florian Weigensamer raise disturbing questions on this topic through a very mundane Nazi. Subject Brunhilde Pomsel
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New Art from Chelsea Wong, others at SPACE236

Posted July 12, 2016 by Barry Lai

The last show at SPACE236 was amazing in attendance. A word of appreciation goes to The Last Cat aka Luke Martinez, our co-curator. We would also like to thank PBR for the kind donation of Old Tankard Ale, as well
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Friday Night Opening for Intersections at SPACE236

Posted June 16, 2016 by Barry Lai

SPACE236, the new gallery designed to show off the works of Tenderloin artists, opens a new show, Intersections, Friday night, June 17 from 5-9pm at 236 Leavenworth Street. Intersections is the exploration of common paths between a group of San
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Off The Rails

More Reviews From The 15th San Francisco DocFest

Posted June 16, 2016 by

What did Florida television newscaster Christine Chubbick’s on-air suicide mean?  Kate Lyn Sheil, one of the two subjects of Robert Greene’s amazing S.F. DocFest Centerpiece film “Kate Plays Christine,” attempts to answer that question.  Tasked to play the doomed Chubbick,
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Reviews From The 40th Frameline LGBT Film Festival

Posted June 16, 2016 by

Aaron Brookner’s documentary “Uncle Howard” is both a love letter and a tribute to a dead but talented man. Criterion Collection aficionados will recognize Howard Brookner as director of the acclaimed documentary “Burroughs: The Movie.”  Nephew Aaron Brookner helped restore
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