This week, we talk to a Dallas etiquette expert about what to do when the only thing standing between you and a good movie is the person sitting in front of you.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
This week, we talk to the programmer of this year’s event about a few firsts for the festival.
Monday night, Theatre Three holds a celebration of its late co-founder Jac Alder, an indomitable arts leader. As an online memorial to him, here are exclusive video excerpts from his last stage performance — with the Bruce Wood Dance Company in 2013 — and a last public interview at the Nasher Sculpture Center in 2014.
This week, we talk about getting to know him a little better and hear from the Big German himself.
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The Big Screen boys – KERA’s Stephen Becker and Chris Vognar of The Dallas Morning News – are going back half-a-century in film to illustrate the best in cinematic storytelling.
This week, we trace the history of movie exhibition in Dallas with a recent UT-Arlington graduate who wrote his master’s thesis on the topic.
The summer movie season is in full swing, and those prestigious Oscar hopefuls are just a few months away. At the halfway point of 2015, we talk about the year’s best movies so far – including a wild ride and a sci-fi thriller.
Double your entendres in The Nance, about a 1930s burlesque performer who finds his campy stage life conflicts with his private gay life. Uptown Players presents the Texas premiere of the Broadway comedy by Douglas Carter Beane.
This week, we talk to a fellow member of the DFW Film Critics Association – who also happens to be a psychology professor – about the science behind the movie.
Artistic director Kevin Moriarty generated tons of goodwill when he reconnected the DTC to its historic commitment to a company of local actors. Six years on, it looks more and more like a goodwill gesture and not a real acting ensemble.