Few documentary filmmakers have worked with the tenacity and ingenuity of Les Blank to explore and document America’s diverse, often little-known cultures.
The 56th San Francisco International Film Festival returns to the PFA Theater with a schedule of thirty features and eleven short films from thirty countries over a span of two weeks.
On Friday, Thingamajigs Performance Group will premiere their brand-new work ]MA[ at BAM/PFA.
PC Muñoz’s un
Silence is more than a film series and gallery exhibition: it’s also a series of three L@TE performances, one each in February, March, and April.
Legendary choreographer Anna Halprin returns to BAM/PFA after a forty-two year absence to direct the final staging of her most enduring and important dance work, Parades and Changes, February 15-17.
To celebrate the one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of avant-garde composer Conlon Nancarrow (1912-97), renowned artist, inventor, and composer Trimpin has created
Few figures are as important to the early San Francisco Bay Area punk scene as V. Vale.