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2005 Stories by Gregg Rickman

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  • Structured Cinema

    published November 16, 2005

    WED-THURS 11/16-17 Single shots, the building blocks of film, mass into palaces or collapse into rubble depending on the mortaring... More >>

  • Film Arts' Finals

    published November 2, 2005

    For more than two decades San Francisco's Film Arts Foundation has helped local cinéastes complete their dreams by offering classes,... More >>

  • Big-name premieres and local documentaries shine at this year's event

    published October 5, 2005

    The doughty Mill Valley Film Festival , about to commence its 28th installment, plays second string to nobody. Big-name premieres and... More >>

  • Crossing Borders

    published September 21, 2005

    Sabah, the opening-night selection in this year's Arab Film Festival, is an intelligently made, feel-good movie about a 40-year-old... More >>

  • Zoom Lens

    published September 21, 2005

    Seven films from six different Central and South American countries rotate for a week as part of the Latinbeat Film Festival , which... More >>

  • S.F. Jewish Film Festival

    published July 20, 2005

    This year's San Francisco Jewish Film Festival is the 25th, presenting more than 50 films at four locations starting this week. Art and... More >>

  • Silent Is Golden

    published July 6, 2005

    San Francisco's enterprising Silent Film Festival marks its first decade this weekend with a solid three days of both rare and beloved... More >>

  • True Lives

    published May 11, 2005

    "Reality is always magic," said legendary French filmmaker Jean Renoir, and the quote makes an intriguing tag line for the San Francisco... More >>

  • The Mideast Beast

    published April 27, 2005

    "We have become homeless because of the war and politics," says an old woman stranded near the Iran-Iraq border, fleeing the 2003 American... More >>

  • Mall Ratty

    published March 16, 2005

    Lost Embrace, a new film by Argentine director Daniel Burman, looks more like a hand-held video by the purist Dogme school of Denmark.... More >>

  • Film Feast

    published February 2, 2005

    Leonard Klady of the Movie City News ("Hollywood's One Stop News Shop") recently complained that American independent cinema is at low... More >>

  • That's Entertainment

    published January 26, 2005

    "Are they humans pretending to be gods, or gods pretending to be humans?" So asks an observer of the two stars of Yash Chopra's Bollywood "love... More >>

  • Beyond Berlin

    published January 5, 2005

    For 10 years, the German government's cultural arm, the Goethe-Institut, has been sponsoring S.F.'s Berlin & Beyond festival of... More >>

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