The 60th San Francisco International Film Festival (April 5th -19th)

Founded in 1957, the San Francisco International Film Festival is the longest-running film festival in the Americas. Held each spring for two weeks and highly anticipated by its loyal, passionate audiences, SFFILM Festival is an extraordinary showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation in one of the country’s most beautiful cities, featuring some 150 films and live events with more than 100 filmmakers in attendance and nearly two dozen awards presented for excellence in film craft.

Berkeley-native Mike Mills among nominees at tomorrow’s Film Independent Spirit Awards

This Saturday, February 25th, The Film Independent Spirit Awards will hold it’s annual ceremony in Santa Monica. Among those nominated is Berkeley-native Mike Mills for his film 20th Century Women, a comedy-drama set in 1970s Santa Barbara about a trio of young women raising a son. Mike Mills served as director and screenwriter of the film, and earned the film a nomination for Best Screenplay, joining Moonlight, Manchester by the Sea, Little Men, and Hell or High Water. You can catch the awards telecast on IFC tomorrow at 5p ET/2p PT.

Free Castro Screening Of ‘When We Rise,’ Complete With Anti-Trump Rally

When We Rise, the ABC miniseries about LGBT history that filmed in the Castro last spring, is nearing its premiere—it’s set to run from February 27th-March 3rd.

But if you’d like to see When We Rise early, the Castro Theatre is hosting an exclusive screening this coming Monday, February 20th—complete with an anti-Trump rally break hosted by one of the series’ subjects, Cleve Jones. (ABC wants to make it clear, however, that Jones’ rally is a separate event, and not affiliated with their screening.)

The President’s Day event will showcase all four episodes of the eight-hour mini series event. A limited number of free tickets are available, and can be reserved online.