In a calculated gambit to lure movie stars (and San Francisco's social elite) to its unrepentantly un-Hollywood event, the film festival began giving an award to actors several years ago. Some-times the tributee was saluted for using his or her popularity to get worthy but noncommercial films made (Gerard Depardieu, Harvey Keitel); sometimes the trophy was a smiling reminder to local successes not to rest on their laurels (Annette Bening, Sean Penn). Where does Winona Ryder, this... More >>>