February 23, 2022

Capitola Collectacon is Central Coast’s Biggest Comic Con Yet

The two-day event at Capitola Mall to feature over 50 vendors, special guest appearances and everything ‘Star Wars’


December 8, 2021

Aaron Sorkin’s ‘Being the Ricardos’ Dives into 1950s America

Nicole Kidman may not be the first person you’d think of to play the role of beloved TV comedy icon Lucille Ball, but she...
October 26, 2021

When Santa Cruz County Became Klownsville

How the 1980s cult classic Killer Klowns from Outer Space ended up shooting in Santa Cruz and Watsonville
October 26, 2021

Why Alfred Hitchcock Chose Scotts Valley

After exploring this area for 1940’s ‘Rebecca,’ the legendary director made a lasting connection
October 20, 2021

New Doc ‘Foodie for the People’ Showcases Local Culinary Innovator Jozseph Schultz

Filmmaker Jon Silver’s feature-length documentary will have its world premiere at the Del Mar
September 8, 2021

New Guy Clark Documentary ‘Without Getting Killed or Caught’ Opens Sept. 15 at the Rio

Tamara Saviano’s film delves deep into the life and art of Guy Clark, revealing a lot that even diehard fans may have never known
September 1, 2021

Joel Goulet’s ‘The Golden Bouzouki’ has the Cinematic Makings of a Cult Classic

A Santa Cruz filmmaker/musician made a movie Hollywood would have never touched
July 7, 2021

Review: ‘The Tomorrow War’ is All Guts, No Brains

Chris Pratt stars in mindless time-travel actioner
June 30, 2021

New Chateau Liberté Documentary Chronicles a Local Legend

Santa Cruz Mountains spot was a haven for hippies, bikers and famous rock bands in the ’60s and ’70s
June 24, 2021

Hyundai Car Commercial Films at Iconic Santa Cruz Spots

On Wednesday, Skateboarding legend and documentary filmmaker, Stacy Peralta filmed a commercial for Hyundai Santa Cruz.
May 28, 2021

Film Festival Raises Funds for Two Local Bicycle Organizations

Film festival celebrates all things bikes
May 26, 2021

Film Review: ‘Dream Horse’ is Irresistible Tale of Plucky Underdogs

True story is delicious antidote to uncertain times
May 19, 2021

Zack Snyder’s ‘Army of the Dead’ is the Ultimate Zombie-Pastiche Flick

Zombie follow-up to 'Dawn of the Dead' has finally arrived
May 12, 2021

Film Review: ‘Together Together’ is Surprisingly Thoughtful

Wannabe dad hires surrogate mom, but it's not what you expect
April 20, 2021

Santa Cruz Filmmaker Jordan Graham’s Breakthrough New Horror Film

Santa Cruz Mountains have starring role in indie horror film 'Sator'
February 26, 2021

New Media Company Highlights Watsonville Through Film

Team creates documentaries and plans to expand into horror, sci-fi, fantasy and action films
February 5, 2021

Watsonville Film Festival Taking Submissions for Community Project

This year’s virtual film festival set for March 5-13
September 18, 2020

Watsonville Film Festival Hosts Outdoor Screening at Abbott Square

Film selection highlights the power of art and community
September 15, 2020

Film Review: ‘Personal History of David Copperfield’

Diverse cast, soaring spirit fuel joyous film
May 12, 2020

Choose Your Own Streaming Adventure with These Picks

Select your streaming fate wisely with this rundown of what to watch
May 5, 2020

New Documentaries, Comedy Specials, and Horror Anthologies to Stream

Check out 'The Innocence Files,' 'Punk,' and other streaming releases
April 28, 2020

Stream These; Skip Those: A Streaming Guide for Shelter-in-Place

Reviewing the Netflix hit ‘Extraction’ and other entertainment options
April 14, 2020

What to Stream and What to Skip During Shelter-in-Place

Which movies and shows are worth streaming from home?
March 24, 2020

Film Review: ‘Blow the Man Down’

Mayhem and matriarchy merge in Amazon Prime’s entertaining new release
March 17, 2020

Film Review: ‘Wendy’

It’s children vs. grown-ups in this Peter Pan remix
March 10, 2020

Film Review: ‘Emma’

New adaptation of the Jane Austen novel is an impressive feature debut
March 3, 2020

Santa Cruz Filmmakers Debut Taut Thriller ‘Fox Hunt Drive’

Longtime Santa Cruz friends return to the Bay Area for their feature film debut
March 3, 2020

Film Review: ‘Seberg’

Fact and fiction clash in this superficial biopic
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