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Cheap ways to enjoy the film fest in 2015.
Here’s where to dine between takes at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, plus tips from fest veterans, Film Feast specials, and food/wine films to watch.
About a young woman living with cerebral palsy in India and her sexual, intellectual awakening.
Vandenberg launching NASA satellite fitted with South Coast hardware.
The new installation at SBCC’s Atkinson Gallery was inspired by horror movies.
Talk about death is for the living, says writer and thespian Rod Lathim.
This bold new production preserves the classic musical’s strengths.
I was disappointed to read your comments questioning the sovereign nation status of Native American tribes.
Molestation victim seeks damages in civil case, which could run in the millions.
The band’s latest LP seeks to evolve rock as a method of preserving it.
Edythe Kirchmaier, world's oldest Facebook user, has helped the nonprofit for four decades.
Canadian-born psychiatrist Dr. Norman Doidge discusses recent discoveries in neuroplasticity.
The Los Angeles producer plays an intimate Santa Barbara show on Thursday, February 5.
Johnny Depp’s latest isn’t great, but it certainly doesn’t signal the end of Western civilization as many have written.
Short doc on one man’s mobile campground café along the Appalachian Trail.
Doc about South African actors who act out transcripts of the Truth and Reconciliation Committees.
Doc about a group of senior citizens in New Zealand who form a hip-hop dance group.
Gorgeous nature film showcasing the beauty and beasts of Big Sur.
Grumpy old Finnish country man must deal with city life and his past in Helsinki.
An Iraqi soldier mistaken for a traitor is imprisoned amidst a rebellion against Saddam Hussein following the first Gulf War.
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