The historic Castro Theatre hosted BELLA!, the 2023 closing night selection of the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, oldest such festival in the world. If you don’t know who Bella Abzug is, you weren’t alive in the 1970s, but trust […]
Remembering Gene Wilder opened the 2023 San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, screened at the beautiful Castro Theatre. Side note: the SFJFF is the oldest Jewish film festival in the world. Through Interviews and archival footage we are given a back […]
The San Francisco Film Festival wrapped up Its 2021 program with a screening of the documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street. Good choice SFFILM! Sesame Street, still the gold standard of children’s programming worldwide, was the first […]
During a time when all of us have had to cancel long awaited travel, secluded from our friends and family, and required to stay within our homes the urge to explore has grown. We all want what we can’t have, […]
Is your cell phone spying on you? How about the ATM, your smart TV, your private messages on Facebook, every card swipe, computer keystroke, and emoji? Be afraid, be very afraid. Data is now the world’s biggest commodity, surpassing oil. […]
Have you ever been to a low budget wedding where they forgo the professional photographer in favor of cell phone paparazzi? Seems anyone can wave a camera phone around and call themselves an artist. That doesn’t make the results worthy […]
film review about the solo climb of Yosemite’s Half Dome by Alex Honnold, a professional climber known for “free solo”, using no ropes, no safety equipment or assistance.