The director of Upstream Color on why he and Hollywood don't mix: "I'm a problem."
The fest's best are the films to watch in the year ahead.
Katie ScullanPrimer director Shane Carruth with Brick-layer Rian Johnson at the Magnolia in MaySpeaking of best-of film lists ...A Friend of Unfair Park forwards along this Irish Times piece, in which critic Donald Clarke lists his Top 20 Films of the Noughties. And right there, at No. 20, is Sha ... More >>
Katie ScullinSundance Grand Jury Prize-winner Shane Carruth, left, and Brothers Bloom writer-director Rian Johnson at the Magnolia last nightAs mentioned late last week, Brick-layer Rian Johnson was at the Magnolia last night for two Q&A's -- one after the 7:10 p.m. screening of his Brothers Blo ... More >>
Mark Allen is a contributor to The New York Times and National Public Radio -- and, of course, he maintains a blog that's updated every now and ... then. Today, Allen posts about what's clearly one of his favorite movies: 2004's Primer, the Sundance-award-winning debut from local filmmaker Shane Car ... More >>
Two Dallas filmmakers recall Sundancing as fast as they can
Uma as an old lady? Yeah, sure, why not.
Oh, the talent given us at this year's remarkable Dallas Video Festival
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Shane Carruth's Primergoes back to the future, and it's a weird, wild ride
Local filmmaker Shane Carruth won Sundance's top honor. So...now what?