2 years ago | Festivals
The Dallas International Film Festival is back, and this year it’s bringing some new additions. The most important for moviegoers is the new e-ticketing, reserved seating policy. After a year of development and collaboration, DIFF and Atom Tickets...
3 years ago | Don't Watch That, Watch This
It’s Dallas International Film Festival, 2018 and you’re an indoor kid who wants to sit in a chair, uninterrupted, for eight days and allow your body to atrophy naturally. But you’ve got a day job. What’s a corporate sellout to do? Well, great new...
3 years ago | Opera
Michel van der Aa and I have a bad connection. We’re chatting through Facetime to sidestep international calling fees, but my tech reality isn’t equal to the Grawemeyer Award-winner’s. He’s explaining how he created, composed and filmed the world’...
3 years ago | Arts & Culture News
Full disclosure: This article’s writer loved Nevada Hill. Stupid much. When Scott Newton first encountered Guinea Pig, it wasn’t a sprawling backyard halfpipe. Not even close. It was one piece of wood, and Nevada Hill was obsessively sawing into i...
4 years ago | DFW Music News
A rainstorm's been hammering their van for two straight days — but like everything, the Jacuzzi Boys take it all in stride. When they play behind Texas Theatre’s screen in Dallas on Saturday night, they’ll show Texas the easy energy that’s made th...
4 years ago | Arts & Culture News
The Oak Cliff Film Festival crew is sitting in the back of Wild Detectives, bantering over the recent uptick in interest for slow-core Soviet cinema. They just showed Tarkovsky’s Stalker, a challenging piece of stitched-up long shots, and each has...