Today, SFoodie launches Queer Food Capital, a daily countdown to Pride on June 28. We'll be taking a look at the city's LGBT dining, wine, and bar culture, featuring interviews with prominent out chefs and other foodies, guides, even notes on history. First up? For out-of-towners seeking a nig ... More >>
Catherine Deneuve on her new film, A Christmas Tale, and her long, glorious noncareer.
Desplechin's A Christmas Tale is the gift this season needs.
Our blogger had some technical trouble at Toronto, but insists on keeping you in the loop though the festival's now long gone. Read Day 1 of Meredith Brody's Toronto International Film Fest dispatches here if you've yet to. And here's her Day 2 report. Day 3 will follow shortly. Faubourg 36 Friday ... More >>
Mongol paints a historically hazy but kickass picture of everyone's fave emperor, Genghis Khan.
A jury divided unites around Laurent Cantet's schoolhouse drama
Reflecting its moment, Cannes 2008 takes a decidedly serious tone
Week of Wednesday, October 26, 2005
For a band that isn't "commercial-sounding," scoring a movie is a boon
You don't have to be French to celebrate Bastille Day in San Francisco
The Celluloid Closet ponders gay images in the movies
Two Bits swindles with syrupy sentimentality; The Convent turns out stone cold