Why millions of fans have felt a great disturbance in the Force.
As YouTube becomes increasingly wealthy, its stars and the networks that contract with them battle for money and creative control.
With big-studio millions behind him, Genndy Tartakovsky still goes it alone.
Stephen MaskerFriday night's Robert Duvall speaking engagement at Hall of State went down swell: He and Elvis Mitchell bantered cheerily for an hour about stage and screen in front of an audience that included Mayor Tom, other city officials and various well-heeled arts patrons and Dallas Film So ... More >>
Robert Duvall will introduce Get Low at a screening at the Cinemark 17 Saturday morning.Last month we mentioned: Robert Duvall's in town Friday night for a Dallas Film Society fund-raiser at the Hall of State, during which he'll be Q&A'd by Elvis Mitchell. But say you didn't have the $250 to ... More >>
What you see above is the trailer for Lonestar that FOX Broadcasting posted a few days ago. The pilot, as you surely know by now, was filmed here this spring as Midland with (500) Days of Summer's Marc Webb directing. And I was going to post this yesterday. But Wednesday morning I heard from an acqu ... More >>
Resourceful indie filmmakers are finding new ways of getting their movies into theaters. But will anybody come?
A Friend of Unfair Park living in Denton sends along this warning, which greeted Pineapple Express riders yesterday at the Cinemark on Wind River Lane. "Water damage." You mean, like this? --Robert Wilonsky
Bros Jay and Mark Duplass' Baghead -- a smart, deadpan, oh-so-indie rendering of the bad-man-in-the-woods horror-film genre -- has already stalked the film-fest circuit, debuting at Sundance in January before making its way to South by Southwest and the AFI Dallas International Film Festival. And it ... More >>
It was only a matter of time before a studio or Hollywood production company turned this Skip Hollandsworth article into a movie. Turns out, according to The Los Angeles Times, it'll be Jennifer Aniston who's producing and likely starring in Goree Girls for DreamWorks Pictures, about an infamous all ... More >>
Brad Ball was in charge of selling The Iron Giant. Couldn't. Then the Iron Giant squished him and sent him to Dallas' Moroch ad agency. The best movie of the summer of 1999 was The Iron Giant, which about 328 people saw in theaters. It has rightfully accured a reputation as a beloved kids' film at t ... More >>
Good Friend of Fair Park Sharon Boyd has this to say about Dallas' attempts to beg 20th Century Fox here to shoot the big-screen Dallas by promising millions in giveaways...pardon, incentives: "Does any business pay their own way anymore? I wish we had a city ordinance prohibiting City Hall from ... More >>
In Madagascar, the wild things romp, then roam
Like Big Fish for little kids, Robots works hard to please everyone
Vampires, vampire hunters and Jay, minus Silent Bob
Cruel, vapid and unfunny, this Shark bites
Dallas group organizing conservative film festival
This stallion gallops into the IMAX theater
It's more fun watching the movie get made than watching the movie
Brad Pitt gets animated in a movie that's not--not really
Studios don't get the Upright Citizens, which isn't funny at all
Taken from 35 Marines ages 18-23
Dallas' Latino film festival keeps raising the bar
In the Ice Age, three mammals and a baby try to keep us warm
Behind the Greenlight is a producer proud to be an ass
Lakeshore Learning Store
Do yourself a favor and stay home during this Road Trip
Saturday Night Live and DreamWorks Records team up for two not-ready-for-prime-time compilations
Mr. Nice Guy deserves to be the film that finally breaks Jackie Chan
Alan Rudolph rises from the ashes in a suave, smoky Afterglow
Condor is silly and familiar--which is the action-packed point
When is a movie about two women in love not "lesbian" enough? Ask Dallas filmmakers Gretchen and Julia Dyer, whose embattled indie gem Late Bloomers finally makes it to the national screen.
From Al Lipscomb to Paul Fielding, it was hard to find straight talk in '96
Small films have their big night in '96
Emma writer-director Douglas McGrath jumps from Midland to Jane Austen
The number of movie screens in Dallas has almost doubled overnight. But that's no cause for applause.
Dallas congressman Bryant moves to bar 'defacement' of movies
Letterman's hijacking of the Oscars reveals his limitations
Haile Gerima's hallucinatory slave epic Sankofa is a declaration of independence
New book by Denton academic traces origins of the Hollywood blockbuster
Texas' Jack Crain helps Hollywood's heroes slice and dice the bad guys