Do we ever really find out who we are? Maybe not, but 23andMe helps us get a little closer by revealing our genetic secrets.
SF theaters are getting more and more lux and losing more and more charm. If you forget to see the movie because you’re too drunk at the lounge bar, do you get your money back?
Sometimes it’s the actors on the sidelines who really steal the show.
What can funeral scenes in movies and television teach us about how to grieve and how to continue living our lives?
KQED Pop talks to the director and star of Twenty Feet from Stardom, a film that explores the obscure history of backup singers.
Here’s a look back at our favorite characters who have sacrificed boring ol’ opposable thumbs (and some toes) for our entertainment.
With last week’s untimely passing of the great film critic Roger Ebert, the world must now turn to another writer. Here are six critics who have what it takes.
We explore the 24-hour genre the best way we know how, by watching movies non-stop for 24 hours (a.k.a. How I Successfully Called Off Work to Watch Movies All Day and Night).