Reviews Of Three Nelson Pereira Dos Santos Films

Posted April 23, 2019 by

Bay Area filmgoers who caught the Pacific Film Archive’s “1968 And Global Cinema” film series may have seen and enjoyed the anti-colonialism satire “How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman.”  However, those attendees could not have personally asked the film’s director
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Special Report: Why Tenants Need SB50

Posted April 17, 2019 by

SB50 Opens Gentrified Neighborhoods to Working and Middle-Class Residents California’s SB 50, with lead co-sponsors Senators Nancy Skinner and Scott Wiener, expands housing opportunities for working and middle-class tenants who have been priced out of cities. So why do many
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Boots Riley and Reviews from the SF Film Festival

Posted April 17, 2019 by

Curious Western viewers may have checked out Mariam Ghani’s documentary “What We Left Unfinished” for its window into the previously unseen world of Afghan film.  But a few tantalizing insights ultimately can’t compensate for a highly unsatisfying experience. Several films
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SB50 Exposes SF Supes’ Failed Housing Vision

Posted April 9, 2019 by

Board Favors Zoning that Bans New Apartments, Prices Out Middle-Class “It’s not just about production. It’s about preservation, and it’s about protection” “We should increase density, especially near transit, and we should update our zoning to allow this. But we
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SB 50: Development Without Displacement

Posted April 2, 2019 by

California Must End Anti-Renter Exclusionary Zoning “Development without displacement is the key. Fighting against displacement rather than fighting against development should be the focus.”—NLIHC’s “Tenant Talk,” Spring 2019 SB 50, California’s most far reaching housing production bill ever, has its
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