IMDB/Judd ApatowWe'd like to thank all the people who entered the contest to interview Hollywood funnyman Judd Apatow on SF Weekly's behalf. People sent in a lot of great questions they'd ask the Knocked Up director. Before we announce the winner, let us explain our selection process. We favored ... More >>
Winslet and DiCaprio awake to the nightmare on Revolutionary Road.
By Randall RobertsAny knucklehead with DSL and a laptop can now make an electronic track. With a half hour of clicking and fiddling, you can sample enough cheesy beats and mashups to clog arteries from here to Berlin. Simple dropdown mouse maneuvers can transform electro tracks into progressive hous ... More >>
A "lost" classic, 1961's The Exiles gets its long-overdue theatrical debut.
Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.
Fumbling Brooklyn hipsters fail to connect in Bujalski's fascinating microbudget indie
Teen rebels rule in Larry Clark's Wassup Rockers
The Skeleton Key unlocks a house that's haunted by camp
Things we were obsessing about on Jan. 19, 2005
Ditching filmmaking, dumping Hollywood, and discarding the Catholic Church
Snuggle into the Bay Area's strange and sprawling alternative moviegoing scene, where anything goes and audience participation is mandatory
Sex without death in gay director Todd Wilson's Under One Roof
Local filmmaker Caveh Zahedi's career was waylaid by his addiction to prostitution and porn. Today, his sexual compulsions could be the source of his comeback.
Putting the world back together at the 45th annual S.F. International Film Festival
Four quick films highlight gay relationships through the years
Grotto Film Project; Latino Film Festival
Fools and Sacredly Immortal
Tell the Truth and Run; Boogie Nights; Fearless
For its 40th year, the San Francisco International Film Festival boldly goes where it has gone before
Total Mobile Home puts avant-garde film where it belongs - in the basement