Remember the kerfuffle with Dublin Dr Pepper and Dr Pepper Snapple? It's a long story that started back in the '70s when Dublin-based bottler W.P. Kolster refused to switch over to high-fructose corn syrup, a cheap product that replaced pure cane sugar extensively in the American food industry and i ... More >>
Only a true food lover could turn warmed, lightly browned bread into a thing of poetry. But juxtaposed against nightly meals of tinned entrees heated on the stove, English food writer Nigel Slater did just that in his memoir, Toast, recalling a simple meal of toasted, buttered bread with pros ... More >>
What you see above is the just-posted trailer for the Asian Film Festival of Dallas, which kicks off Friday at the Magnolia beginning with a 2 p.m. screening of Johnnie To's dramedy Sparrow. As evidenced by the sneak peek, and what I've managed to see so far, it's yet another bang-up year for the fe ... More >>
SMU will host a conversation with the director of the Academy Award-winning doc The Times of Harvey Milk next week at the AngelikaSMU sends words of a media and human rights symposium set for next week -- which includes a tribute to director Rob Epstein, two-time Oscar winner for co-directing the ... More >>
Texas RangersDuring its 22 years of existence, the Dallas Video Festival has paid tribute to a great many pioneers and visionaries, among them Monty Python's Terry Gilliam, Robert Smigel, Paul Reubens, Martin Mull, Mike Judge, Mystery Science Theater 3000's Joel Hodgson and Slam Bang Theater crea ... More >>
Good Lord, was Blood Simple really 25 years ago, USA Film Festival honoree M. Emmet Walsh?A little late in the day, but the USA Film Festival just sent out the schedule for this year's shindig, which runs April 29 through May 3 at the Angelika Film Center in Mockingbird Station. To save us all the t ... More >>
Cinemania dishes up a Blood Feast
Get Gifted offers a night of deals
Two decades later, the Dallas Video Fest is better than ever
What a difference a day makes
Amadeus rocks the Angelika
The Deep Ellum Film Festival offers cinematic pleasures...just not in Deep Ellum.
Bartenders get down
Films that are kid-tested, 'rents-approved
Kwanzaa is community, not characters and catchphrases
Don't get lost in translation
Payback could be sweet
Trinity Hall offers drinks and a history lesson
Hispanic Expo offers diversity, free stuff
Patrick Colombo eyeing new projects
Dallas' Latino film festival keeps raising the bar
Don't get malled. This year, do your business al fresco.
Mark "Chopper" Read, one of Australia's most notorious criminals, is the subject of a new film. So, how does the villain feel about becoming a cinematic hero?