Millennials will agree there is just something fundamentally right or comforting about streaming platforms. The idea of almost free, unlimited movies and TV shows, available on a multitude of almost unlimited devices whenever you want is a hallmark success of our generation. In some way,
35 years after its original, the Blade Runner sequel has become a reality for many film fans, and, fortunately, the director and his crew will be remembered and studied for their filmmaking mastery.
Quebec native Denis Villeneuve comes back to the big screen after his Oscar-nominated
After a good two years since the original, the new "Kingsman" sequel hits the big screen, but shooting too close to the sun causes its ambitious ideas to be burned along the ride.
"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" is the latest film in the franchise filled with
Alternative visions of womanhood are taking center stage at the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival.
More than 50 movies showing at this year’s SFFilm Festival were directed by women. Several of these were presented at the festival’s College Days series attended by students from
Graduate student and teaching assistant at the School of Cinema, Candy Guinea, received the prestigious 2016 Princess Grace Award for her films that provide commentary on social justice.
The Princess Grace Award honors emerging talent in theater, dance and film by awarding recipients with grants in
Black and white archival footage of students marching, with fists held high, captures the racially-charged conditions on college campuses in the late 1960s in a new documentary that made its Bay Area premiere at Castro Theatre May 15. The film focuses on the student-led demonstrations
Growing up, I had an assortment of Barbie computer games, official Barbie Christmas ornaments and, of course, dozens of actual Barbie dolls. I loved Barbie’s life in plastic. It was fantastic. I could brush her hair and undress her everywhere. Imagination, life was my creation.
When I heard the news that a movie would be made based on the life of transgender pioneer Lili Elbe, I was cautiously optimistic. When I heard that Eddie Redmayne, a cisgender actor, would be playing Elbe, that optimism plummeted. This isn’t the first time
This year’s Academy Awards nominations were greeted with a large amount of controversy after it was revealed that every actor and actress that received a major nomination was white.
#OscarsStillSoWhite began trending on social media this year after the list of nominees that was revealed appeared to be
Cinema lecturer Scott Boswell stands in the film equipment room on the fourth floor of the Fine Arts Building Monday, Feb. 17. Photo by Tony Santos / Xpress
An SF State cinema lecturer has embarked on a new film project that tells the unfamiliar story
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1600"] Mylisha Sexton, 21, a volunteer at Campus MovieFest, hands a bag of gear over to Jordan Kleinberg, 18, a freshman nursing major at SF State who is competing in this year's competition, Wednesday, Sept. 25, 2013 in the Cesar Chavez Student
Danny casually zips up a bag and walks out of a bank when he notices a man and his phone floating in the air. Danny walks toward him, carefully places the phone back in the man’s palm and gently closes his fist. He gets back