A love letter to films set right here in the Bay Area.
It’s the month for baseball and movies in Marin. Here are some of our favorite sports films to enjoy between screenings.
The next great documentary you see is very likely being distributed by this Sausalito company.
Here's some musical performances you won't want to miss. Leela has the details.
Check out these fourteen films that relate to Marin.
Special features and programs not to be missed.
There's no shortage of stars lighting up the red carpet at the Mill Valley Film Festival.
The Belvedere-based producer scored Oscar gold with Spotlight.
A festivalgoer’s guide to whatever it is those people onstage are saying.
MVFF’s Mark Fishkin and Zoë Elton discuss the festivals they frequent each year.
The Master of Suspense came to the North Bay to make some of his greatest movies.
Director Catherine Hardwicke on the naked realities of putting sex and nudity on screen.
How to navigate MVFF films, parties and events like a pro.
Some historic North Bay cinemas are still going strong.
We hear actor and filmmaker Chris Lowell's take on what makes the Mill Valley Film Festival so special.
From the beginning of cinema, the stage has always been a major source for stories.
Filmmakers and locations right in our backyard.
Marin has been a featured player in many films, its striking landscape a directors' favorite for romantic interludes, stagecoach chases and sock hops.
George Lucas paved the road to faraway galaxies with a down-to-earth car comedy.
Special features and programs you won’t want to miss.
One of cinema’s early classics was filmed in Marin County more than 100 years ago.
The star of "The Birds" talks about her love of Bodega Bay, big cats, and wine.
The Mill Valley Film Festival isn’t the only one that’s made a name for itself.
MVFF’s Mark Fishkin and Zoë Elton recount their travels in search of the next great film.
The Fairfax filmmaker is back at this year’s festival with a look at an alternative teaching method that is having a lot of success
The golden man can be very fickle when it comes to honoring outstanding performances.
Here's what you'll find in the Mill Valley Film Festival Guide.
Marc Hershon asks Hollywood producers Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger six questions.
Plotting a course to film literacy with Mark Fishkin.
Check out which films debuted in Marin and were also Oscar-nominees.