- The up-to-date San Francisco Bay Area Movie Pages will allow you to
find movies by neighborhood or zip code. It also provides reviews and info
on actors and various movie studios.
- Here's a list (text-only) of upcoming Film Festivals in the S.F. Bay Area. Out of the many
upcoming film festivals, we strongly recommend the following:
- San Francisco has plenty of unique new and old theatres which primarily
show independent, artsy, film noir, and foreign films. We recommend the
- The Goldwyn/Landmark Theatres, including the Bridge on
Geary, the Lumiere on California, and the Opera Plaza Cinema on Van
- The Mission's Roxie Theatre shows everything from political
documentaries and rockumentaries to Cult and B-movies, and the best in
independent fictional cinema.
- Count on the Red Victorian Movie House and Film Collective, aka "the Red Vic", for all your favorite cult flicks.
- The Castro wouldn't be the Castro without The Castro, the grand diva of Castro Street. Get there early and watch the Wurlitzer whistle!
- The Stanford Theater is a must-see for any true cinema
enthusiast. Looking almost exactly as it did when it was built in the 1920s
(thanks to major restorative efforts), this theater tends to show classic
and film noir-type American movies from the 30s, 40s, and 50s.
- Here's a pretty complete listing of all San Francisco Theaters, which lists names, numbers, and
- The Pacific Film Archive (PFA) is an internationally
recognized center for the exhibition and study of cinema. Through its daily
film and video screenings, collection, and study resources, the PFA is
committed to increasing the understanding and appreciation of the art of