sfbg.com

 

Extra

Andrea Nemerson's
alt.sex.column

Norman Solomon's
MediaBeat

nessie's
The nessie files

Tom Tomorrow's
This Modern World


News

PG&E and the California energy crisis

Arts and Entertainment

Venue Guide

Electric Habitat
By Amanda Nowinski

Tiger on beat
By Patrick Macias

Frequencies
By Josh Kun


Calendar

Submit your listing

Culture

Techsploitation
By Annalee Newitz

Without Reservations
By Paul Reidinger

Cheap Eats
By Dan Leone

 

Our Masthead

Editorial Staff

Business Staff

Jobs & Internships


PERSONALS | MOVIE CLOCK | REP CLOCK | SEARCH

Rep Clock

Schedules are for Wed/6 through Tues/12 except where noted. Double features are noted with a . Director and year are given when available.

ACT I and II 2128 Center, Berk; (510) 843-FILM. $6. "Midnight Movie Series": Pee Wee's Big Adventure (Burton, 1985) Sat, midnight.

ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE 1345 Bush; 775-7755. $20-30 (includes film and lunch or dinner). "Cine Bistro": Les marmottes (Chouraqui, 1997) Wed, 7; The Ice Rink (Toussaint, 1998) Sat, 2.

ARTISTS' TELEVISION ACCESS 992 Valencia; 824-3890. $5. "Travel Through Time with Your VCR," a program exploring re-edited pop culture Fri, 8. "Zarqa Nawaz Shorts": "BBQ Muslims" and "Death Threat" Sat, 2. Canadian-South Asian filmmaker Nawaz in person. "Other Cinema": "That's Scentertainment," David Yonge presents his show of film clips with scented accompaniment Sat, 8. "Lost Film Festival," a touring festival from Philadelphia featuring short films about pranks and political protests Mon, 7:30.

CASTRO 429 Castro; 621-6120. $4.50-7. Werckmeister Harmonies (Tarr, 1996-2000) Wed-Thurs, 8 (also Wed, 1:15, 4:30). Chop Suey (Weber, 2001) Feb 8-21, 7, 9:20 (also Sat-Sun, Wed, and Mon/18, 2, 4:30).

FINE ARTS CINEMA 2451 Shattuck, Berk; (510) 848-1143. $4-7.50. Emma Goldman: The Anarchist Guest (Romalis, 2000) Wed-Thurs, 7:15; Helen Nearing: Conscious Living/Conscious Dying (Bennell and Sarris, 2000) Wed-Thurs, 8; and Svetlana Village: The Camphill Experience in Russia (Madsen, 2000) Wed-Thurs, 9. "Cinemayaat, the Arab Film Festival" Fri-Sun. See First Runs for schedule. Rat Pfink a Boo Boo (Steckler, 1966) Tues/12-Wed/13, 7:15 and The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters (Steckler, 1966) Tues/12-Wed/13, 9:30. Director Ray Dennis Steckler in person.

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE LIBRARY 57 Post; 393-0100. $5. "CinemaLit Film Series 2002": "Lemmonade: A Tribute to Jack Lemmon": Save the Tiger (Avildsen, 1973) Fri, 6.

NEW PFA THEATER 2575 Bancroft, Berk; (510) 642-1412. $4.50-7. The Last Laugh (Murnau, 1924) Wed, 3. New Arab Video: "Facing pictures/framing the visible," a program of short films Wed, 7:30. "Rohmer: Tales of the Four Seasons": A Summer's Tale (1996) Fri, 7:15; A Tale of Springtime (1989) Fri, 9:30; A Tale of Winter (1992) Sat, 7; Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle (1987) Sat, 9:15. "Children's Film Festival": "Cartoon Creatures" Sun, 1. "Screenagers": "Fourth Annual Berkeley High School/Bay Area Film and Video Festival," works by local high school students, who will be in attendance Sun, 3. "Mauritz Stiller": Gunnar Hede's Saga (1922) Sun, 5:30; Hotel Imperial (1927) Sun, 7. The Love Parade (Lubitsch, 1927) Mon, 3. Foxy Brown (Hill, 1974) Mon, 3. Introduced by Linda Williams, director of the UC Berkeley Film Studies Program. People, Years, Life (Gianikian and Lucchi, 1990) with "Criminal Animals" (Gianikian and Lucchi, 1994) Tues, 7:30.

RAFAEL FILM CENTER 1118 Fourth St, San Rafael; (415) 454-1222. $5.50-8.50. Kandahar (Makhmalbaf, 2001) call for times. The Endurance (Butler, 2000) call for times. Mulholland Drive (Lynch, 2001) call for times. What Time Is It There? (Tsai, 2001) call for times. Werckmeister Harmonies (Tarr, 2000) Fri-Sun, 7:30 (also Sat-Sun, 2). Wisconsin Death Trip (Marsh, 1999) Opens Sat, call for times.

RED VIC 1727 Haight; 668-3994. $3-6.50. Straight outta Hunters Point (Epps, 2001) Wed-Thurs, 7:30, 9:30 (also Wed, 2). Special admission $8; proceeds benefit the Hunters Point Youth Park Foundation and the Helping Hands Foundation. Filmmaker Kevin Epps in person at the evening screenings. Intimacy (Chereau, 2001) Fri-Sat, 7, 9:30 (also Sat, 2, 4:30). High Lonesome (Liebling, 1992) Sun-Mon, 7:15, 9:20 (also Sun, 2, 4). Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice (Mazursky, 1969) Tues, 7:15, 9:30.

ROXIE 3117 16th St; 863-1087. $3-7. "San Francisco Independent Film Festival" Wed-Thurs. See First Runs for schedule. New Rose Hotel (Ferrara, 1998) Fri/8-Thurs/14, 6, 8, 10 (also Sat-Sun, Wed, 2, 4).

SAN FRANCISCO MAIN LIBRARY Koret Auditorium, 100 Larkin; 557-4277. Free. "African American Identity": Black Athena (The Roots of Black History) (1991) Thurs, noon. "Fourth Annual San Francisco Black Independent Film Festival" Sat, 2-5:30; Sun, 1-4:30. Go to www.iconoclastsf.org for schedule.

SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY Fine Arts Bldg, Rm 445, 1600 Holloway; 487-1362. Free. "Doctor Zombie's Moviola Massacre" Fri, 7.

YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS 701 Mission; 978-ARTS. $3-6. "Eurotika!": "Vampires and Virgins: The Films of Jean Rollin"; "The Diabolical Mr. Franco: The Films of Jess Franco"; "Blood and Black Lace: A Short History of the Italian Horror Film" Tues-Wed, noon, 2, 4; "From Barcelona to Tunbridge Wells: The Films of Jose Larraz"; "The Pope of Perversion: The Films of Jose Benazeraf"; "Strange Behaviour: Eurocine – A Life" Thurs-Fri, noon, 2, 4; "I Am a Nymphomaniac: The Films of Max Pecas"; "Blood and Sand: All You Ever Wanted to Know about Spanish Horror"; "The Blood Beasts: The Films of Mike Reeves" Sat-Sun, noon, 2, 4. "Arab Film Series": Jerusalem's High Cost of Living (Bitar, 2001) with "Still We Struggle" (Al Suwaidi, 2000) and "Palestine Is Waiting" (Abourahme, Elaydi, Ghannam, Jacir, and Salamy, 2001) Tues, 7:30 ($6-7).