Two more films at this year’s SFIFF… one is a kick-ass martial arts historical epic starring the always lovable Donnie Yen, and the other is a drama about a Japanese woman who can’t speak English trying to understand and communicate in Southern California. Martial arts skills probably would helped.


Two high profile French flicks hit the San Francisco International Film Festival… one features the return of the man behind Amelie, and the other features Doug Jones. They’re both visual inventive and entertaining, but only one will satisfy fans of beautiful bouncing boobs.


Rob Hunter checks in with his first two capsule reviews from the San Francisco International Film Festival — Hiokazu Kore-eda’s Air Doll and Samuel Moaz’s Lebanon.


The San Francisco International Film Festival began last night with the opening night screening of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s new film, Micmacs, and runs through May 6th. The films and special presentations are playing across multiple theaters throughout the city, and they represent works from hundreds of film-makers from all around the world.

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