The original announcement came back in May: The Texas Theatre, threatened by the wrecking ball as recently as the mid-'90s, was on the road to recovery as a revival house -- a much-needed, much-welcomed addition to the local cinemascape. At present, the Texas is closed for much-needed, much-welco ... More >>
Colin Farrell and Alicja Bachleda in Neil Jordan's Ondine, which is playing the USA Film Festival April 30The Dallas International Film Festival wraps up Sunday. But tomorrow morning, tickets for the USA Film Festival will go on sale via Ticketmaster, according to the fest's publicist in the rele ... More >>
Resourceful indie filmmakers are finding new ways of getting their movies into theaters. But will anybody come?
Introducing the best movies of 2005 you probably didn't see.
Oh, the talent given us at this year's remarkable Dallas Video Festival
It's the docs that rock this year's USAFF schedule
At last, the USA Film Festival is back under the influence
Jon Favreau serves up Dinner for Five
Documentary series takes a look behind the scenes
The Angelika will be good for local moviegoers. Will it be good business?
Look Back, Don't Look Back
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
The Deep Ellum Film Festival returns, suffering from the Terrific Twos
Sally Field turns director for Beautiful, with reasonable (is that good enough?) results
Robin Williams throws himself (away) into another "serious" role as Bicentennial Man
Writer-director Kevin Smith defends God, dirty words, and New Jersey
Dallas-based Regent Entertainment vies to become a Hollywood player, and it's off to an Oscar-winning start
October 1 - 7, 1998
Eccentric directors Sam Fuller and Henry Jaglom make brilliant bookends