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Culture, Art "Exposed": SFMOMA's new show explores photography and voyeurism

"Exposed": SFMOMA's new show explores photography and voyeurism

At the fourth-floor entranceways to "Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera Since 1870," prominent signs offer a stern warning to visitors with children: "Portions of this exhibition contain violent and sexual content that may not be appropriate for some viewers."…
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Calendar, Night&Day Do the Right Thing

Do the Right Thing

Privileged Western directors are regularly tempted to shine a spotlight on an evil social problem in the developing world, but they're trapped in a bind. To attract an audience, they feel compelled to put a clean-cut white movie star with…
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Film, FilmCap

Holly

Shot concurrently with a "raising awareness" documentary on child prostitution in Southeast Asia (by the tellingly named Priority Films), Holly snatches images out of soiled Cambodian red-light districts, slips figures on sex trafficking into its screenplay, and numbers a reformer…
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Film, Zoom Lens Zoom Lens

Zoom Lens

Every year San Francisco is host to roughly 6 gazillion film festivals (and counting). So it's logical to assume that, for survival's sake, each has become more parochial. Indeed, the first annual Festival of Animated Short Films About Washing Machines…
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