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News, The Snitch Gay Reporter Hassled by Castro Theatre Manager Receives No Justice From SFPD

Gay Reporter Hassled by Castro Theatre Manager Receives No Justice From SFPD

The local reporter who recently got into a heated dispute with the manager of the Castro Theatre while interviewing a group of naked dudes in the street is getting no sympathy from the cops.Readers might recall the strange incident in…
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News, The Snitch Castro Theatre Manager Freaks Out Public Nudists, Journalist (Video)

Castro Theatre Manager Freaks Out Public Nudists, Journalist (Video)

A local journalist says he filed a police report this weekend, claiming his attempt to interview public nudists outside the Castro Theatre were cock-blocked by the theater's general manager.Mike Skiff, a journalist with Third Rail Media, posted his video and…
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Film, Reel World

The Return of Martin Guerre

Berkeley's beloved Fine Arts Cinema, shuttered since June 30 and slated for demolition (followed by resurrection in 2004 at the same location in a new building with 100 housing units), reopened last Thursday. Keith Arnold, the devoted programmer who runs…
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Film, Reel World

Remember My Name

Remember My Name Since reopening four years ago under the stewardship of Keith Arnold, Josephine Scherer, and Emily Charles, the Fine Arts Cinema in Berkeley has established itself as a Bay Area institution. With a calendar comprised of thematic double…
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Film, Zoom Lens Highlights of film events for the week of April 11, 2001

Highlights of film events for the week of April 11, 2001

Now that the seats have been ripped out of the sadly defunct UC Theater, there's pressure on a dwindling number of venues to carry on the tradition of independent film exhibition in Berkeley. The Fine Arts Cinema, boasting Keith Arnold's…
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Reel World

Lost in America These are prosperous times for our funkiest art houses, with hit revivals like Nights of Cabiria and Touch of Evil at the Castro and a steady stream of quirky first-run engagements at the Roxie and Lumiere. And…
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