Monthly Archives: February 2015

Director Dante Betteo on his noir love letter to S.F.’s disappearing barrio, the Mission

Adapted from a short story written by Alejandro Murguía, poet laureate of San Francisco, about a fire that raged at a residential hotel in San Francisco in 1975, the film, The Other Barrio, brings the story to the present as … Continue reading

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‘She’s Beautiful when She’s Angry’: Interview with director Mary Dore

Inspirational and long overdue, Mary Dore’s new independent documentary She’s beautiful when she’s angry toghtly depicts an important piece of U.S. history, the women’s liberation movement that emanated from the momentum brought about by the civil rights movement of the … Continue reading

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From Argentina to the Bay: 5 Latino Movies To Watch at SF IndieFest

With the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, just finishing up this past weekend, it’s now San Francisco’s turn to enjoy indie films. Being independent in filmmaking is an attitude but linked to money (or lack of it). A … Continue reading

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