The opening night of the 36th S.F. Intl. Film Festival had a little of the things that distinguish the city itself -- some politics, a slight air of chaos and a definite multicultural joie de vivre.
Yet another movie about first-timers trying to make a movie, "My Life's in Turnaround" is an obvious calling-card feature that nonetheless has genuine, flippant comic appeal. Affability of the…
The two-week San Francisco Intl. Film Festival kicks off April 29 with opening night selections that include the Ivan Reitman comedy "Dave" and the world preem of American indie "My Life's in…
Using Indian folklore and mysticism as fodder for a routine psycho-killer yarn doesn't exactly add up to a bold new leap for American Indian images on film. But that's the only novel aspect to…
Formless, endless and technically crude, "The Year Punk Broke" is the sloppiest rock-doc to win actual release in some time. Only the alternative-market popularity of headliners Sonic Youth and…
SAN FRANCISCO--Made for German TV, the feature doc "Yma Sumac: Hollywood's Inca Princess" charts the career of the Peruvian warbler whose 4 1/2-octave range earned her international fame in the 1940s…
SAN FRANCISCO--Though the ostensibly clinical subject matter might prove a hard theatrical sell, "Changing Times" is a thoroughly engrossing docu that's a sure bet for recurrent major TV exposure…
Reviewed at the AMC Kabuki 8 Cinemas, May 1, 1992. Running time: 49 min.
SAN FRANCISCO--Taking as its unlikely but irresistible subject a 1989 visit of 11 black Brooklyn high school students to an Israeli kibbutz, the documentary "Black to the Promised Land" is a terrific…
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