Mark Morris brings his dance genius to the music of George Frideric Handel and the poetry of John Milton in L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato tonight at 8 pm on PBS.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
This week, we talk about the animator’s lasting legacy, the subject of an exhibition at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.
The Lone Star Film Society explores the works of Roger Corman and other innovative filmmakers in the ArthouseFW series at the Modern. Win tickets to see these cult classics.
Check out the best of Chuck Jones, from “What’s Opera, Doc?” and “Ali Baba Bunny” to the Oscar-winning “The Dot and the Line”… or make your own animation creation.
The first major retrospective of Belgian painter Michael Borremans’ artwork in the US, and only the DMA has it. The show – with its mysterious figures, its luscious oil paintings, its oblique and humorous drawings – is a striking achievement.
The Big Screen team is just back from covering the festival, and this week we’re talking about films we saw there that will soon play here.
This Big Deal is your front row to the world’s greatest art.
How many films can one man see in a weekend? Stephen Becker gives it his all at SXSW – and comes back with some great flicks for your list.
Beau Willimon, the brains behind the Netflix hit, explains how the show takes a nuanced approach to diversity – and how he melds the real world with the alternate universe he’s created.
The original daredevil gets his due in the documentary ‘Being Evel.’