Hi-Res Hi-Fi

Let’s Get Lost, Bruce Weber’s wrenchingly intimate 1987 portrait of jazzman Chet Baker, is the high-water mark for marriages of black-and-white cinematography and world-class…

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Art House

Artists' Television Access. Chop Suey: The Revival House Classic Queer Cinema presents a film by photographer Bruce Weber. Wed., Sept. 17, 8 p.m. $6….

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Repertory Film Listing

Compiled by Michael Leaverton and Hiya Swanhuyser. To submit a listing, e-mail film@sfweekly.com. Artists' Television Access. “The Very Best of OpenScreening”: Short local films…

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Smack Up

Brando, Sinatra, Dean, Elvis — those were some cool cats, but they weren't as cool as Chet Baker. The great jazzman had the Adonis…

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Second Time Around

Let's Get Lost In the rapturous 1989 black-and-white documentary Let's Get Lost, the visual and emotional fixations of photographer-turned-filmmaker Bruce Weber fuse with the…

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