In the Bay Area's everlasting spirit of DIY, spontaneous anti-Art the Beat, Hippie and punk generations have left in their wake, the phenomenon of found footage filmmaking lives on in the screening of Radical Light: Bay Area Found Footage--from Junk to Funk to Punk at the Victoria Theatre tonight at 7:30 pm.
In honor of its 10th anniversary, the Bicycle Film Festival is throwing one heck of a party all over town. Bike fanatics certainly have a lot to celebrate this year, so bring on the movies, music and merrymaking.
Starting Wednesday night at 9 pm, destroy your hump day blues by heading to the Knockout for the free kick-off party featuring DJs from Debaser and more (we didn't tell you this, but you can get Four Loko there).
Hed-heads rejoice! Put on some make-up, turn up the eight-track and get out the wig - John Cameron Mitchell's coming to town. The playwright, director and star of the rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch will be on stage live and in person at The Victoria Theatre next week, singing and discussing the total awesomeness of his 2001 film.