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From North Carolina to San Francisco: Jennifer Kroot Tells the Tales of Maupin

Jennifer Kroot brings a background in underground filmmaking to her documentaries and uses that sensibility to create surprises within her stories. The San Francisco-based filmmaker first caught the eye of writer Armistead Maupin when he saw her documentary To Be Takei, about actor and activist George Takei, and, as Maupin said affectionately and humorously in … READ MORE

Evoking a Time When San Francisco Was a War Zone

Next week we resume our schedule with the broadcast premiere of We Were Here, a documentary that was short-listed for the Best Doc Oscar and directed by David Weissman, whose earlier films include The Cockettes. We’ll be sharing some of our conversations with him leading up to the broadcast on June 14 at 10 PM … READ MORE

Alzheimer’s Stories: Going for Miles

The premiere of  You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t is tonight, March 29 (check local listings). This week, we’re presenting stories about Alzheimer’s from our staff, friends, and viewers. Today we bring you a story from our associate director of engagement and education. Going for Miles by Duong-Chi Do It’s been a … READ MORE