In San Francisco black Jimmy longs to move back into the house his family lost years earlier, his best friend leading him back to reality.
A powerful film about the pioneering healthcare workers who first confronted AIDS. Click the film’s title to read my entire review.
At a Parsi language San Francisco radio station an odd assortment of immigrants carry on while waiting for the band Metallica to jam with an Afghani band, but as the day passes, the Americans have not shown up.
After joining the internet media giant The Circle, Mae quickly rises through its ranks, discovering that the technology she so loves also has devastating downsides.
This is a documentary of how a Make-a-Wish Foundation project in San Francisco brought thousands together for a boy with leukemia wanting to be Batman for a day, hence his name Batkid.
Inside Out is incredibly imaginative. I give it 5 out of 5 stars. Click the image to read my entire review.
Artist Margaret Keane’s struggle to gain credit claimed by her husband for creating the popular painting s of children with the big eyes makes for a powerful film.
A selfish socialite must cope after her cheating husband is convicted and dies in prison. This involves her leaving NYC and moving in with the lower class sister from whom she has been estranged.