Schedule

Wednesday, November 22

2:00 am

Station Signoff

2:30 am

Future Talk

3:00 am

Movie: The Inside Story
A young astrophysicist discovers a mysterious book in the cellar of the old family mansion. Seduced by the knowledge that the book might grant him, he ignores his uncle's warnings and unleashes a dark power that has been locked away for generations.

5:00 am

Above & Beyond
Cinematographers travel the world. Episode 14

6:00 am

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 25

7:00 am

Piano Guy

7:30 am

Future Talk
An interview with Curt Carlson, former President and CEO of SRI International, one of the world's top scientific research labs, on how innovation occurs, how it's sustained, and the potential dangers of too much innovation too quickly. Dr. Carlson is currently the CEO of Practice of Innovation, where he works with companies, universities, and governments on improving their innovative performance. Martin Wasserman hosts.

8:00 am

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 26

9:00 am

Barkley 100

9:30 am

Fandom Workshop
Fandom Workshop returns to Kraken Con to make new friends and meet some heroes. (Part 2 of 2)

10:00 am

Movie: A Twist Of Sand

12:00 pm

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 26

1:00 pm

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 27

2:00 pm

Where The Glacier Meets The Sky
Two adventurers motorcycle across Iceland meeting and interviewing natives and photographing the stark wilderness of this mysterious continent.

4:00 pm

Movie: NothingSacredVideoQualityUpgrade

5:30 pm

MI NINA MI VIDA

6:00 pm

Above & Beyond
Cinematographers travel the world. Episode 11

7:00 pm

Snapshots Earthquake Special

8:00 pm

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 34

9:00 pm

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 35

10:00 pm

Creature Features
A has-been rock star host horror films in his haunted mansion. Guest: Author Karen Lewis talks about her life with Al Lewis and her book 'I Married A Munster.” Movie: The Screaming Skull.

Thursday, November 23

12:00 am

Movie: The Ghost Galleon

2:00 am

Station Signoff

2:30 am

Future Talk

3:00 am

Movie: Lea's Film
A woman named Lea is convinced that the ghost of her mother is intent on ruining her life. Comedy/Thriller. French with subtitles.

5:00 am

Above & Beyond
Cinematographers travel the world. Episode 15

6:00 am

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 26

7:00 am

Piano Guy

7:30 am

Future Talk
Latest developments in the field of nanotechnology, including nanowires, superconductivity, and the surprising behavior of materials when viewed at the atomic level. Guests are Z. X. Shen, Professor of Physical Sciences, and Nicholas Melosh, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, both of whom lead research groups at Stanford University. Martin Wasserman hosts.

8:00 am

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 27

9:00 am

The Drybrush Master

9:30 am

Fandom Workshop
Explore everyone's favorite swords made out of laser beams in the very first episode of Fandom Workshop. Special Guests: Ken Hampton of Hampton's Hand-Crafted Lightsabers & Alain Bloch of Golden Gate Knights

10:00 am

Movie: Scarlet Street

12:00 pm

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 27

1:00 pm

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 28

2:00 pm

Days And Nights In Africa
Cinematographer Arnold Kopff takes us on a journey across south and east Africa to remarkable places including the Cape of Good Hope, Tanzania, Zambia and a variety of game reserves.

4:00 pm

Movie: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians

5:30 pm

ReCursion
'Recursion' is the modern-day time-travel adventure of Sherwin, a best man who travels back in time after losing a wedding ring.

6:00 pm

Above & Beyond
Cinematographers travel the world. Episode 12

7:00 pm

Welcome To Union Glacier

8:00 pm

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 35

9:00 pm

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 36

10:00 pm

Movie: The Romantic
(2009) Deep within a mythological world of autumn landscapes and wondrous creatures, a heartbroken young Romantic swears an oath to free his race from the omnipotent control of the otherworldly gods. But as he ventures forth on his long and lascivious path, other forces conspire with their own agendas. For when all the gods are dead, who will sit upon their empty thrones? A fantastical satire on religion, responsibility, and romance, The Romantic bends genres into a haunting tale filled with humor and horror.

Friday, November 24

12:00 am

Movie: The Brain That Wouldn't Die
A doctor experimenting with transplant techniques keeps his girlfriend's head alive when she is decapitated in a car crash, then goes hunting for a new body.

2:00 am

Station Signoff

2:30 am

Future Talk

3:00 am

Movie: A Short Vacation
A woman takes her grandchildren on a spur-of-the-moment vacation without their parents permission.

5:00 am

Above & Beyond
Cinematographers travel the world. Episode 16

6:00 am

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 27

7:00 am

Piano Guy

7:30 am

Future Talk
An interview with Norman Winarsky, past president of SRI Ventures, where he helped found about 60 technology companies, including Nuance, Intuitive Surgical and Siri. He's also the coauthor of the recent book "If you Want to Change the World: A Guide to Creating, Building and Sustaining Breakthrough Ventures."

8:00 am

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 28

9:00 am

San Francisco 1955
A nostalgic look at San Francisco in 1955.

9:30 am

Fandom Workshop
Fandom Workshop visits Santa Rosa ToyCon.

10:00 am

Movie: Assassin

12:00 pm

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 28.

1:00 pm

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 29

2:00 pm

911 Experts Speak Out
Documentary presents the overwhelming scientific forensic evidence for the explosive controlled demolition of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on September 11, 2001. The groundbreaking film includes the testimony of 43 experts, including high rise architects, structural engineers, metallurgists, scientists, physicists and explosive experts.

4:00 pm

Movie: The Magic Sword
(Fantasy/Adventure - 1962) A devious wizard abducts a princess and a young apprentice vows to save her and win her heart in the process. However he has more than just his wits on his side after 'borrowing” a magic sword from his absent minded mentor.

5:30 pm

The Most Beautiful Day
Short Film (2015) A young man survives the apocalypse only to find himself trapped inside an underground bunker.

6:00 pm

Above & Beyond
Cinematographers travel the world. Episode 13

7:00 pm

Stanley Kubrick 4
Directors Series: Stanley Kubrick. Episode 1.4 The Master Works. Documentary covering the films and directing style of Stanley Kubrick.

8:00 pm

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 36

9:00 pm

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 37

10:00 pm

Movie: Rescue From Gilligan's Island

Saturday, November 25

12:00 am

Movie: Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks

2:00 am

Station Signoff

2:30 am

Future Talk

3:00 am

Movie: Get Better
A week in the life of Ellie (Marisa Viola) and her chronically ill father, Roy (Robert Linder). Ellie's established routine strikes a balance between the needs of her father, the demands of her boss and the advances of her on-again, off-again romantic interest. This delicate balance gets disrupted with the arrival of her childhood friend, Pam (Monica Wyche) - a New York producer who comes to town to document Roy's life.

5:00 am

Above & Beyond

6:00 am

Cinema Nova
Amazing films from around the world. Episode 28.

7:00 am

Piano Guy

7:30 am

Future Talk
An interview with astrophysicist, futurist and award winning science fiction author David Brin on some of the major challenges facing humanity today.

8:00 am

Galaxy Theater
Amazing science fiction from around the world. Episode 29

9:00 am

Eloquent Vandals
A documentary about graffiti artists shot on location at the Nuart Festival. Features work and interviews from Dface, Nick Walker, Know Hope, Herakut, Dotmasters, Graffiti Research Lab and others.