Talking the comedy that’s overstayed its welcome and a welcome new animated film.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
Memorial Day Weekend is one of the biggest movie weekends of the year. But this weekend’s biggest film – Epic – is based on a tale that’s actually smaller than life. Here’s the story of how a phone call between a couple of SMU alums launched a movie project a decade in the making.
Star Trek: Into Darkness is very much worth your time. And its score is one of the unsung heroes. Here’s a look into how movie and music come together.
Your chance to see the best of British theater.
Today in the roundup: The 2013-14 Eisemann Center season, how the Cliburn matches players with hosts and Lone Star Film Fest’s big honoree.
Cas Haley performs a CD release party at That Guy’s Coffee tonight in Paris, Texas. Which gives us an excuse to post one of KXT’s best On the Road videos. Enjoy.
We talk about J.J. Abrams’ second trip aboard the Starship Enterprise – one both fans and newbies will enjoy.
The Office calls is quits with tonight’s series finale. In this video, the regulars get together to reflect on nine seasons at Dunder Mifflin.
Ostensibly, it’s a nonfiction version of the assassination, unlike, say, Oliver Stone’s film.
In Year 2, the fest doubles down on music and invites a Dallas filmmakers on the rise to pitch in with the programming.