Pauline Kael was one of the most influential film critics of the 20th century. She began her career right here on KPFA and went on to re-define film criticism. KPFA and the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival proudly present a new documentary on Kael directed by Rob Garver: What She Said. Screenings are July 20th, July 28th, and August 4th. Click here for details and tickets.
KPFA General Manage Quincy McCoy is featured in the most recent newsletter from the National Federation of Community Broadcasters. More about the NFCB on their website. Quincy McCoy is a busy man. As general manager of KPFA in Berkeley, CA, he oversees one of the nation’s most influential community radio stations. He is the … Continued
On May 1st 2019 Pacifica Radio Producers – headed by the First Voice Apprentices at flagship station KPFA in Berkeley, CA – will broadcast 24 hours of reporting on International labor organizing.
Want to do more than just donate to KPFA? Run as a Candidate to serve on KPFA’s Local Station Board before June 30th, 2019. Remember to participate as candidate and to vote in the upcoming elections become a member / supporter before June 30th by pledging $25 or by volunteering at least 3 hours.
Sunday, March 24th 5pm-6pm KPFA celebrates the 100th birthday of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet and founder of City Lights Booksellers and Publishers, with an hour-long special broadcast of a documentary featuring Ferlinghetti “Lawrence Ferlinghetti: San Francisco Locations”, Produced by Jim McKee of Earwax Productions, Inc.: San Francisco luminary and famed poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti takes listeners on … Continued