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Bieber Fever Spreads to San Francisco Theaters with 'Never Say Never'

Got a weakness for windswept bowl cuts? Like your pinup boys safe, clean-cut and Canadian? Are you a 14-year-old girl with a pulse? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, you might just have a case of Bieber Fever.
Formerly quarantined to concert halls, the Internet and the streets of Stratford, Ontario, where the young pop star once wowed passersby with acoustic renditions of his favorite songs, the Justin Bieber contagion has spread to the screen, where he bares all (figuratively, ladies) in John Chu’s 3-D documentary Never Say Never.

Notes from a Darkened Theater: Frameline Winners Announced, Brüno Under Fire, More Moneyball

With festival attendance topping 60,000 and ticket sales up from the last two years despite a sluggish economy, Frameline 33, the oldest and largest celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender films and filmmakers in the world, reached its conclusion Sunday with the world premiere of Wendy Jo Carlton’s Hannah Free. Now, there’s only one thing left to do: announce the winners.

Indie Theater Roundup: 7 Movies to See at Frameline 33

Frameline 33, San Francisco's International LGBT Film Festival, is in full swing, giving Bay Area moviegoers a wealth of terrific options for their entertainment dollar from now until June 28's closing-night bash at the Terra Gallery. Here's a list of seven official selections to check out this week.

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