film

2:31am

Thu July 24, 2014
Out in the Bay ~ 7/24/14 ~ 7pm Thursday

"Hello Gorgeous!" Cheyenne Jackson & the SF Symphony

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7pm Thursday, meet Cheyenne Jackson -  in his own words, "AmFAR's bitch."  He's an award-winning Broadway actor, movie star, songwriter and singer who tonight and tomorrow sings classic film songs in “Hello Gorgeous!” Cheyenne Jackson Goes to the Movies with the San Francisco Symphony. On tonight's Out in the Bay, a sampling of his music -- including a short a cappella in-studio special just for us -- and he talks about his creative and activist passions.

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5:25pm

Thu June 19, 2014
Health, Science, Environment

Tackling Oakland's child trafficking problem through film

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/child-sex-trafficking-a-story-about-love

 

Oakland activist and filmmaker Sheri Shuster has been advocating against the sex trafficking of youth for more than a decade. Her new film, 'Child Sex Trafficking: A Story About Love,' exposes and explores the world of girl trafficking in Oakland through the story and activism of trafficking survivor Leah Albright-Byrd. 

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5:50pm

Thu March 13, 2014
Arts & Culture

This year's CAAMFest highlights food and music as well as film

American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs is a featured film at this year's CAAMFest

Tonight is opening night at CAAMFest, the country's largest Asian American film festival.  The 11 day event showcases local and international films focusing on Asian food, music, and people. Festival director Masashi Niewano spoke with KALW's Melanie Young about this year's festival highlights.

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5:56pm

Wed March 5, 2014
Arts & Culture

The San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival enters its 11th year

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The San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival will screen over 40 films from more than a dozen countries beginning this week.  Executive Director Ana Blanco stopped by KALW to give us a preview of this year’s program.

"When I go to the ocean now I realize, that what might be happening to us here locally, is probably happening to somebody else halfway around the world as well."

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6:45am

Wed February 26, 2014
Dispatches from Kolkata for 2/26/14

The Lunchbox feeds your soul

It may have been passed over for an Oscar nomination, but the New York Times calls The Lunchbox a Bollywood anomaly - a  quiet movie of unexpressed anguish and yearning instead of movies that clutch viewers by the throat and assault them with glamour, pizazz and dancing.

But what’s really surprising about  The Lunchbox is it actually really made a splash in India with a love story so low key, so subtle, one can hardly call it a romance. The lovers don’t meet. They just exchange notes in a lunchbox. Real handwritten notes . About life. And food.

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