The director of Upstream Color on why he and Hollywood don't mix: "I'm a problem."
You better watch out.
Some of our notables showed great courage this year, others are simply notorious, but all 10 had a big impact in 2011.
Texas law stifles state's craft brewers
Racing to reignite the sun—and our souls—in Danny Boyle's sci-fi collage
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
Your guide to summer's hottest films
Richard Linklater's ensemble polemic may just turn you off burgers for good
Meet the new 800-pound gorilla of Dallas film festivals
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.
Spielberg's Munich rehashes a tale we've heard before
Hollywood Claims the Sky is Falling. To Which We Say Puh-lease.
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
David Holmes doesn't make movies. He makes them better.
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase
Come November, you might discover JFK's real (fake) Assassin
As president of Texas-financed Magnolia Pictures, respected indie-film vet Eamonn Bowles projects a bright future
In this Monte Cristo, revenge is a dish best served reheated
Or, one man's passion for Clooney, killers, kooks and corn
He steals Ali, but will Hollywood give Jamie Foxx a shot at the title?
With his own movie in tow, Dallas' indie-film guru goes to Robert Redford's festival, falls in love with the First-Timer, and embraces the hype
This year's lineup of 10 best is so much better than the rest of the year's trash, it's criminal
A year so good, not even Sleater-Kinney makes the Top 10
The Deep Ellum Film Festival returns, suffering from the Terrific Twos
Douglas' post-stroke performance adds some life to the formulaic Diamonds
What will 1999 be remembered for -- Malkovich's head or Cartman's ass?
Twenty-eight years after its creation, the once-proud USA Film Festival has lost its focus. Can, and will, two new area film fests fill the void?
Dallas-based Regent Entertainment vies to become a Hollywood player, and it's off to an Oscar-winning start
Hollywood mainstream in the slipstream: hits, misses, remakes, and blasts from the past
Although many standout films were released in 1998, no one movie really stood out
David O. Russell explores family fears through a screwball prism in Flirting With Disaster
Five Dallas filmmakers risk their lives for a burger -- and to discuss their movie
Can four young Dallas filmmakers sell their dream-and still keep their souls? Matt Zoller Seitz follows the trail of Bottle Rocket