Film and TV

If You're Attending the Dallas Int'l Film Fest, You May Wanna Start Buying Tix

I've just returned from Dallas International Film Festival HQ, where, at this very moment, they're discussing the sprawling Opening Night takeover of the Angelika Film Center, putting the finishing touches on panels and finalizing the ever-evolving guest list. That said, the fest has posted the complete (more or less) screening schedule grid to go along with yesterday's lineup rundown. And some screenings will sell out faster than others -- like, oh, American: The Bill Hicks Story, which screens Saturday and Sunday nights and is among the certified highlights of the fest. The just-posted red-band trailer up top provides myriad reasons why come.

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Robert Wilonsky
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