7 years ago | Film and TV
Before Wes Anderson became the director of quirky, mannered films like Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums and last year's Moonrise Kingdom, he was a University of Texas graduate sharing an apartment with brothers Luke and Owen Wilson. Before Matt Zoll...
8 years ago | Books
The Wes Anderson Collection, an artful and comprehensive new coffee table book released today, sheds light on the popular auteur's films. Featuring a generous spread of rare, behind-the-scenes photos, an introduction by novelist Michael Chabon, cr...
Blue Caprice looks for sense in what, to all other appearances, was a senseless moment in recent history. Over the course of three weeks in October 2002, John Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo terrorized citizens of the Washington D.C. area, and America...
The first thing you see in David Lowery's Ain't Them Bodies Saints, after the IFC logo, are the words, "This was all in Texas." What observant viewers will notice in the end credits, though, is that, for a movie set in Texas, a lot of it was made ...
In June 2011, Austin's Alamo Drafthouse theater chain boldly transformed a customer complaint into a provocative piece of advertising. The ad in question became one of the no talking-no texting PSAs the chain runs before movies, and it features a ...
"How'd You Get That F@cking Awesome Job?" Q&A: James Wallace, Programmer for Richardon's Alamo Drafthouse
With Alamo Drafthouse's first DFW location opening this week, we talked to their creative manager, James Wallace. Those in the Dallas film community will know Wallace from Gordon & the Whale, a movie website that trafficked in reviews and advance ...