Tag: dallas

Dallas 2015 Dispatch: CARTEL LAND, SWEET KANDY, And THUNDER BROKE THE HEAVENS

The ninth edition of the Dallas International Film Festival is well underway here in Texas, and I'm pleased to report that it continues to provide a much-needed boost to the local film culture. I moved to the city in 2006,...

Dallas 2015: SOME BEASTS Poster Debut

The Dallas International Film Fest kicked off last night and today sees the first full day of screenings. One of the films making its premiere tonight is Cameron Nelson's Some Beasts and we've got the debut of the film's very...

Dallas 2015 Full Lineup Released

The good folks at the Dallas Film Society have released their full program for the Dallas International Film Fest 2015. Like in past years, it is a wide and diverse program that includes festival faves like Slow West (pictured), The Wolfpack,...

Dallas Gets Its Own South Asian Film Festival

Texas is not just for cowboys anymore. The first Dallas-Fort Worth South Asian Film Festival (DFW SAFF) is coming next month. Described as the "first-ever festival of South Asian independent cinema in North Texas," the event will be held at...

Dallas Critics Fly With BIRDMAN

The Dallas/Fort Worth Film Critics Association, of which I am a proud member, has selected backstage comedy-drama Birdman as the best film of 2014. Michael Keaton was named Best Actor for his performance as an actor on the comeback trail...

Hey Dallas! Win Tickets To See DEAD SNOW 2: RED VS. DEAD!

The only thing better than a zombie is, of course, a Nazi zombie movie, and the only thing better than a Nazi zombie movie is a Nazi zombie movie sequel. As the only sequel to a Nazi zombie movie that...

Dallas 2015 Announces Dates, Invites Films, Asks Only For Love

My current hometown of Dallas, Texas, plays host to the Dallas International Film Festival annually, and next year those important dates will be April 9-19, 2015. New films may now be submitted to the Dallas Film Society for consideration.This will...

Asian Film Festival Of Dallas Delivers Its Lucky 13th Full Lineup

Many years ago, in the ancient year of 2006, I was fortunate enough to have the kindly overlords of ScreenAnarchy publish a few of my words regarding the Asian Film Festival of Dallas. It was the first time anyone ever...

Dallas 2014 Preview: ScreenAnarchy Picks 12 Must See Films

The indomitable Dallas International Film Festival kicks off tomorrow night with the gala premiere of Fred Schepisi's Words and Pictures. ScreenAnarchy will have (cowboy) boots on the ground with plenty of coverage from across the city. To jump start our...

Opening: PARKLAND, A Refreshingly Original Take On The Death Of JFK

As a resident of Dallas, Texas, for more than seven years, the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy has taken on deeper meaning than it did before I moved here. Dealey Plaza, where the president was shot on November...

Oak Cliff Film Fest Adds END OF THE ROAD, SHADOW OF THE BAT-MAN, MCCABE & MRS. MILLER And More

For its second edition, the Oak Cliff Film Festival in Dallas, Texas (which produced an amazing bumper video), has added some rarely-seen older films to a lineup built around local premieres of Joe Swanberg's Drinking Buddies and Bobcat Goldthwait's Willow...

Oak Cliff Film Festival Bumper Launch

So what if it's two minutes plus. When you have this kind of awesome production value in a festival bumper, you better flaunt it. Twitch is proud to present the launch of this fantastic bumper for the Oak Cliff...