How Ralph Fiennes brought his marvelous Invisible Woman to the screen.
Don't spend too many late-night hours reading longtime Ministry leader Al Jourgensen's memoir. It's a dark, dark nightmare. Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen is harrowing tale of drugs, sex and, of course, rock-n-roll, inspired by the artist who influenced a generation of musical ... More >>
Texas music looks great. It provokes the imagination and illustrates the intangible. For years, we've been providing the necessary flavor to help filmmakers tell their stories. It's what we do; we're obviously good at this kind of thing. And it goes both ways: Movie soundtracks are the kind of thin ... More >>
Soderbergh's two Che Guevara films in one four-hour sitting
Julian Schnabel sees only treacle in the story that inspired his Diving Bell
Judd Apatow explains himself
Legend, yes. But Clint Eastwood's not done yet.
Deep Ellum Film Festival founder Michael Cain, with Jane Seymour, is merging his baby with the American Film Institute. It's a big deal--and a bad deal, say some folks who probably wish they'd thought of it first. For months now, it's been the worst-kept secret in the Dallas film community: The Deep ... More >>
Harrison Ford whips the Inwood
American Dreamz's nation
of idiots lands a little close
Peter Jackson spares no expense for a Kong that's just too long
Matthew Buckingham's foxy photoplay brings a vibrant vision to video
When the boyfriend passes away, Morvern Callar may play
Plus: Double D'oh, Bolly Wanna Poppadum?
Why John Cusack wouldn't do anything till he made this Hitler movie
It's man vs. machinima when video games become, ahem, movies
The Band dances The Last Waltz, but can time heal old wounds?
How can Phil Romano, the "Steven Spielberg of the food business," become even more successful? By opening more restaurants, making more money--and feeding the homeless.
Once more, a man calls upon the troops to save The Alamo, before it's gone forever
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
Vendyl Jones says he's a crusading archaeologist searching for long-lost biblical treasures. His critics sya he's more worried about self-promotion than science.
The creators of Chicken Run find soul in a lump of clay
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Roman Polanski can't understand why anyone would take his new movie seriously
A newly polished Rear Window remains a joy to peer though
Julie Speed tells her viewers all they need to know about her art -- and her
It may look cool, but Sleepy Hollow cuts off its head to spite its story
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?
Passionate, not sentimental, The Last Days chronicles the Hungarian Holocaust
As the Hong Kong movie industry collapses, scads of Chinese filmmakers and actors are landing big jobs in Hollywood
Hilary and Jackie shamelessly (and successfully) plucks those heartstrings
Lenny Waronker is a rock-biz legend, but is that enough to make DreamWorks Records a success?
September 24 - 30, 1998
In The Truman Show, a hypernormal Jim Carrey dives into the world of TV--and brings us a "message film" that almost works
From Mexico to L.A. via Alaska and El Paso, Tito Larriva has seen it all and more
T3's inspired production offers fresh insight into a timeless tragedy
Air Force One nosedives into an ocean of ennui
A refreshingly small, and forgettable, sci-fi farce
After the Beasties and Beck, the Dust Brothers strike out on their own
Loopy pacing and awful performances doom the hell-bound Heaven's Prisoners
Erykah Badu emerges from nowhere with a record deal and vast ambition
Documentary Arts preserves the lost music of the Hmong
Michael Jackson tells HIStory to whoever is left to listen to it
Burnt by the Sun and The Glass Shield illustrates the pitfalls of total artistic control
The films of Great Director honoree Paul Schrader mix art-house intelligence with B-movie grit
A powerful film from war-torn Macedonia brings faraway bloodshed terrifyingly close
New book by Denton academic traces origins of the Hollywood blockbuster