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  • 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 >>
  • 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 >>
  • 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 >>
  • Frameline 39, Week Two

    As we barrel into Pride Weekend, things will not be as they once were. They never are, what with entropy and the arrow of time and all, but the celebrations on the streets surrounding will have a different tone than in 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 >>
  • 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 >>
  • Arthouse listings for June 25-July 1, 2015

    Artists' Television Access. Gaze: Past Perfect, Future Tense: The women's independent film series grapples with the passage of time in short works by Caroline Blais, Catron Booker, Olivia Ciummo, Kim Collmer, Cecelia Condit, Kelly Gallagher, Carolina González, Karolina Glusiec, Traci More >>
  • The Wolfpack

    It's not hard to imagine growing up with many siblings on the Lower East Side of Manhattan as a rare privilege, and a rich foundation for worldliness. But for the six Angulo brothers, now in their teens and early 20s, More >>
  • The Nightmare

    Let's face it: Our brains are jerks, and they can get even worse when we're asleep and can't do anything about it. Rodney Ascher's new documentary The Nightmare examines a phenomenon known as "sleep paralysis," in which the sleeper feels wide More >>
  • Inside Out

    Say this for Disney-Pixar, it makes some pretty great entertainment out of processing formative experiences. Like many of us, 11-year-old Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) sometimes is simply a vessel for the voices in her head: Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), More >>

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    A sea of spectators gathered along Market Street on Sunday, June 28 for the SF Pride Parade. Photographs by Calibree Photography.
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    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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