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''Samsara': A 'Continuous Flow' of Images From Around the World
The 'Bitter Seeds' of Indian Cotton
'Crazy Wisdom' and the Madness of Enlightenment
'Linsanity' Documentary Gets into Highs and Lows of Jeremy Lin's Basketball Life
'On the Road', on the Screen at Last
'The Connection' Offers a Timeless Look at Jazz and Drug Addiction
Afghan-Americans Reveal Themselves Anew in Compelling Documentary on "Little Kabul"
Almodovar Gives Us Something to Get 'Excited' About
Andrew Bujalski's Beeswax, Pros and Cons
Army of Shadows
Art School Confidential
At Arab Film Festival, a Daring Drama Features a Lesbian of Faith
Battle in Seattle
Bay Area Documentaries: Selections from the Academy's Shortlist
The Beautiful Person
Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo
Ben Rivers' ghostly mysteries
Berkeley Graffiti Wars Spiral On in Vigilante Vigilante: The Battle for Expression
The Best of Youth
Blood and Glory: 'Fight Life' Spotlights a Sport That Rewards Tough Hitting and Kicking
Breakfast on Pluto
Capitalism, A Love Story
Cassavetes and Von Trier: Love and Death
Catherine Breillat's Sleeping (and Dreaming) Beauty
Changing the World with 'Fury' and Art
Childhood Joy Meets Adult Alienation in 'Post Tenebras Lux'
Coco Before Chanel
Colma: The Musical
A Complicated Life Meets a Tragic End at 'Fruitvale Station'
The Cool School
Crips and Bloods: Made in America
Curse of the Golden Flower
Fanny, Annie & Danny
Fassbinder's "World on a Wire" Cryogenically Frozen, But Still Fresh
Fear(s) of the Dark
Filmmaker Tiffany Shlain Has Tech & Togetherness on the Brain in "Connected"
Flame & Citron
Found Art Leads to Extraordinary Things in "Way of Life" Documentary
Friends With Money
Full Grown Men
I Am Love
I Served the King of England
I'm Not There
Import/Export: Seidl's negative balance of trade
In Search of a Midnight Kiss
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Indie Films Carry Gay Dads Across Threshold
Is Wonder Woman a Feminist Icon? Yes, Yes, Yes!
It Came from Kuchar
Patti Smith: Dream of Life
Paul McCartney As We've Never Seen Him Before
Paul Simon and 'Graceland' Get Renewed Scrutiny in a Riveting New Documentary
The Performance of Evil Haunts 'The Act of Killing'
Pixar alum Andrew Stanton Plus Michael Chabon Equals 'John Carter'
Pray the Devil Back to Hell
The Puffy Chair
The Science of Sleep
Scott Walker: 30 Century Man
The Secret in Their Eyes
SF Noir: The Sniper and The Lineup at last on DVD
Shadows at Alcatraz: The Black Rock
Shine a Light/Gimme Shelter
Shut Up, Little Man!
A Single Man
Sinners, behold "Hellbound?"
Sita Sings the Blues
Sketches of Frank Gehry
Spending Time in 'The Waiting Room'
Ten Canoes and Rescue Dawn: Offbeat Anti-War Films
There's a Method to Tim Burton's Madness
These Amazing Shadows
Three Reasons 'Chicken With Plums' Is Disappointing -- and Two Reasons It's One of the Year's Better Films
The Time That Remains
A Town Called Panic
The Tree of Life
Trouble the Water
Trying to Light 'A Fierce Green Fire'
Also on KQED.org this week ...
KQED Celebrates Women's History Month
KQED proudly celebrates the richness and diversity of the greater San Francisco Bay Area by commemorating Women's History Month. In March, KQED Public TV 9 and Public Radio 88.5 FM schedule a special lineup of programs focused on themes and issues related to women.
"Boomtown" History of the San Francisco Bay Area
KQED's "Boomtown" series will seek to identify what is happening in real time in the current boom, and also draw out the causes and possible solutions to the conflicts and pressures between the old and the new.