Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund chat about the film version of On the Road
Sean Baker’s latest film goes inside the porn biz.
At last, the full schedule for the Dallas International Film Festival -- which kicks off three weeks from today, so better late than never. We've already taken sneak peeks at the first 22 titles, which include Oscar-winner Alex Gibney's Jack Abramoff documentary Casino Jack and the United States ... More >>
Mayor Tom Leppert isn't an easy interview to snag these days. At least, not for us here at the Observer. But that doesn't stop us from catching a glimpse of the man whenever we get the chance, and, of course, capturing snapshots along the way. Yup, we've developed quite a fondness for the unique and ... More >>
The Austin Film Society just sent word: After inducting the likes of Morgan Fairchild, Rushmore, the director of Twilight and most everyone else who's ever made a TV show or rented a movie in Texas, it's getting around to putting Mike Nesmith in the Texas Film Hall of Fame come March. Per the pre ... More >>
Patrick MichelsMichael Cain, kicking off the 2009 AFI Dallas International Film Festival on March 26 at the AMC NorthParkIn September 2006, some local cineastes were terrified to learn that Michael Cain was shuttering his mom-and-pop Deep Ellum Film Festival and spending a little less than $1 millio ... More >>
AFI offers the usual slew of sympathetic losers, but a good measure of Zooey
The Modern screens some reel gems
Meet the new 800-pound gorilla of Dallas film festivals
Blazing Saddles flame on
Bodily fluids and the big board hit the big screen
He plays golf with George Clooney. He clowns around with Chris Tucker. He's best buddies with Peri Gilpin. He's a pasty white dude named Steve Stodghill.
She's the Man fits the bill for teenage drag-king fans
Plus: Round Two at Cabell and Now Hear This
Sex Workers Art Show comes from the red light into the spotlight
Sandler and Nicholson yell at each other, and it's unpleasant
Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously
John Frankenheimer could have disappeared, but he refused to go away
Deep Ellum Film Festival debuts
Twice does it all over again, so what's the point?
Restored to 'glorious Technicolor,' GWTW comes to woo new legions of fans
Sky Callahan went to Guatemala to shoot a documentary on human-rights abuses. He didn't know he'd be a victim.
NEA cuts send Texas filmmakers reeling