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  • Infinitely Polar Bear

    Set in the late 1970s, Maya Forbes' new movie stars Mark Ruffalo as a bipolar Boston dad who takes dubious custody of his two young daughters while their mom, played by Zoe Saldana, gets her MBA in New York. This More >>
  • A Little Chaos

    As California moves into a drought-friendly future of cactus-and-rock lawns — brown is the new green, y'all — director Alan Rickman's A Little Chaos is like a torrent of gardening porn, verdant and awash in millions of gallons of wasted water. Granted, More >>
  • Rebels of the Neon God

    Not to suggest that cigarette smoking or petty crime is cool, but is it possible to have a cooler entrance than that of Ah Tze (Chen Chao-jung) and Ah Bing (Chang-bin Jen), first seen robbing a blue-lit phone booth on More >>
  • Eden

    Mia Hansen-Løve's melancholy Eden is both a look at the rise of the French EDM scene, and a rumination on the pain of not quite making it. A sort of roman à clef about the experiences of Hansen-Løve's brother, Eden follows Paul (Félix More >>
  • The Overnight

    Not yet settled in L.A., young Seattle-transplant parents Alex (Adam Scott) and Emily (Taylor Schilling) optimistically embark on a pizza-party playdate with sunny Californians Kurt (Jason Schwartzman) and Charlotte (Judith Godrèche), who seem very friendly. Then very, very friendly. More >>


  • SF Pride Parade 2015
    A sea of spectators gathered along Market Street on Sunday, June 28 for the SF Pride Parade. Photographs by Calibree Photography.
  • Trans March 2015
    The San Francisco Trans March celebrated its 12th year, along with the Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage, which was voted in favor of gay marriages across the nation, on Friday, June 26, 2015. Photographs by Michael Ares.


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