Reality shows and documentaries filmed in San Francisco may soon qualify for rebates on permits and local payroll taxes as city officials push to expand the financial incentives meant to entice production companies to shoot in the city.
The music never stopped for thousands of fans of Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia as they celebrate his 69th birthday in San Francisco’s Excelsior district Sunday afternoon.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday gave unanimous initial approval to legislation creating a new, cheaper permit that would allow cafes and restaurants to host live music.
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Another independent Bay Area movie theater is facing tough times. The operator of the Balboa Theater in San Francisco’s Richmond District said this summer will be his last at the movie house.
San Francisco is rolling out the red carpet to lure television and film crews to film in the City by the Bay with new incentives that include discounts on equipment rentals and professional services.
TONIGHT we have our eye on entertainment. Meet the stars behind this summer’s Bay area produced movies, music and stage shows. Up close with writer Armistead Maupin, the man behind Tales of the City. His […]
Film and television industry leaders planned to meet in Pasadena Friday morning to discuss the future of the entertainment industry in the golden state.
Los Gatos-based Internet movie powerhouse Netflix is reportedly trying to offer subscribers an original TV series they can’t watch anywhere else.
KCBS Entertainment Editor Jan Wahl reviews “The Company Men” starring Ben Affleck & Tommy Lee Jones, plus “Barney’s Version” starring Paul Giamatti…