On Friday night the SBIFF launched its Call-To-Action Film Festival with the documentary Crime+Punishment that follows 12 minority NYPD officers.
In a political climate that can be very depressing at times, RBG brings hope, heart, and a large dose of level-headedness.
The 27th annual Reel Loud Film & Arts Festival took place at UC Santa Barbara on Friday.
Belle de Jour is back in theaters after being re-released for its 50th anniversary, restored and retouched to high definition.
Oh Lucy! tells the story of Setsuko, a middle-aged Japanese admin worker stuck in the daily grind of Tokyo life.
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival opened Wednesday evening with Emilio Estevez's film The Public.
Happy End tells the story of a wealthy French family with dark and disturbing secrets. From the outside, the Laurent family looks wealthy, polished, and accomplished, from the inside we see a lot of problems.
Call Me by Your Name is an artsy, beautifully shot film that slowly builds in intrigue until it completely draws you in.
Lady Bird is a beautiful film that tells the story of how heart-wrenching, painful, and complicated growing up is.
Chavela is a documentary that tells the story of Chavela Vargas, a musical trailblazer who became the first successful female ranchera singer, eventually recording over 80 albums.