09/24/14 Inside Philanthropy takes a look at the Berkeley FILM Foundation

08/25/14 $130,000 awarded from Berkeley FILM Foundation 2014 grant program to be celebrated at October 1 gala fundraiser.

01/17/14 Oscars 2014:  Jason Cohen's Facing Fear nominated.

1/6/14 Saul Zaentz (1921-2014)

4/22/13 Berkeley FILM Foundation announces beginning of 2013 grant cycle

07/30/12 Jim LeBrecht: sound man's focus

07/29/12 Berkeley FILM Foundation awards $150,000 in 2012 grant program

01/24/12  Oscars 2012:  The Barber of Birmingham nominated 

11/1/11 Berkeley FILM Foundation Hosts Its Third Annual Fundraiser

03/24/11 Berkeley FILM Foundation accepts submissions for its expanded 2011 grant program

10/15/10 Berkeley FILM Foundation hosts second fundraiser

1/27/10 Filmmaker Magazine Interviews Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith

9/22/09 Berkeley FILM Foundation Honors Saul Zaentz

9/16/09 The Most Dangerous Man in the World: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers

6/14/09 The time was right, just like in the movies

4/25/09 Filmmaker's journey to make 'Road to Chulumani'

2/18/09 Steven Okazaki nominated for Oscar

3/2/09 $100,000 Berkeley Film Foundation grant program launched

7/1/08 Mix:  Not just a Fantasy

5/13/08 Fantasy Studios announces major renovations

3/9/08 San Francisco Chronicle: The Pursuit of Equality...was screened at Herbst Theater

2/1/08 San Francisco Business Times: Digital media in fantasyland

1/10/08 San Francisco Business Times: Dedicated to the cause -- documentary celebrates activist Tillie Olsen

11/5/07 The New York Times: White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction
Hiroshima and Nagasaki (2007)

11/2/07 The San Francisco Chronicle: Focus is on apartheid in 'Have You Heard From Johannesburg?'

2/7/07 The Wall Street Journal Online Plots & Ploys: Fantasy Facility

2/7/07 San Francisco Business Times Saul Zaentz Media Center Sold

2/7/07 San Francisco Chronicle Zaentz Media Center Building Sold

1/31/07 The Hollywood Reporter: White Light/Black Rain - Bottom Line: A sobering and startling look at the "survivors" of the atomic bomb.

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