SF International Film Fest, Healdburg Wine And Food, Bruce Lee Exhibition – CBS San Francisco
KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem provides KPIX 5 users with a weekly list of weekend tips on Bay Area entertainment, music, movies and online entertainment.
FILM: SF Film Festival
Friday 7 p.m.
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The 65th San Francisco International Film Festival continues this weekend. International film star Michelle Yeow is honored tonight with an onstage interview with friend and actor Santa Oh at the Castro Theatre. Yeow is dazzling and dizzying as the reluctant, high-octane heroine in Your Face new feature film Everything Everywhere. The curtain falls with the final screenings on Sunday.
FESTIVAL: Healdsburg Wine and Food
Get tickets now
Celebrate the creators behind the magic and get tickets now for the next HEALDSBURG Wine and Food Festival. The savory festival runs May 20-22 at various venues around Healdsburg, including The Matheson, where chef Dustin Valette will host rock star chefs for Saturday cooking demonstration sessions with yours truly as MC. A portion of the proceeds will benefit future local farmers at Healdsburg High School of America.
EAT: catering for the future
Lunch 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Dinner 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Take a massive bite into the future with an immersive 360-degree virtual dining experience at Santa Clara’s new modern kid – iChina. Chef Eddie Lam’s New American Chinese cuisine is worthy of a Michelin star. Remarkable dishes; the delicious Baja striped bass, the mouth-watering clay pot Pork Jowl, the tasty rib eye and bone marrow. Don’t leave without having tasted a delicious sweet finish: Trio Choux au Craquelin.
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SPORT: Go Dubs
Get tickets to the second round of the NBA playoffs. Warriors will play as the Grizzlies or the Timber Wolves. The action continues Monday.
EXHIBITION: Bruce Lee
Located at the CHSA Museum in Chinatown. We Are Bruce Lee is an exhibition of contemporary art and historical artifacts that celebrates the remarkable life of a Chinese-American icon, who transcended race, geography and culture with supernatural strength and resilience. Go to the website and plan your visit.
WHAT TO SEE: Correspondents’ dinner
Saturday 5pm PST on C-SPAN
Daily Show host Trevor Noah is headlining the first White House Correspondents’ Association dinner since 2019. President Biden is also expected to attend the roast, but not the full dinner. For the schedule and past presidential remarks, venture here:
Television: Farewell James Corden
Weekday evenings 12:30 a.m.
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It’s farewell to comedian and CBS Late Late Show host James Corden. The wickedly talented British TV star has announced his departure after this upcoming season. Corden brought us Sidewalk musicals and the sensational Carpool Karaoke attracting the biggest stars in the world: Adele, Elton and Paul McCartney. I see a successful career in film and theater in Cordon’s future. He will be missing from the late night lineup at CBS. Catch weeknights for another year here: