Clips from 150 movies are used to take us from the beginning to the end. Orson Welles narrates.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
Remembering Kidd Kraddick, the Museum Tower-Nasher battle goes social and Hollywood's gone crazy for Lance Armstrong.
The Wolverine is a summertime movie that takes itself way too seriously. But we’re enjoying Orange is the New Black and how it’s helping Netflix reposition itself as the go-to place for television binge watching.
Five years ago, two Dallas photographers ran into a man on a Southern California beach. He invited them up the Pacific Coast Highway to see where he lived – inside an elevated water tank. They developed an unlikely friendship, and made a movie in the process. Contributor Audra Schroeder traces how their chance meeting lead to swordplay, a brush with an art world superstar and a lasting connection.
Head to the movie theater to take in some dance!
Texas films headed to the Toronto Film Fest, a local choreographer strives for modesty and a shakeup at a major museum.
Here’s your chance to catch this boozy indie before it hits screens next month.
Take an in-depth look at a movie classic showing at the Kimbell and a new film from a Dallas director. Plus, the Fairmount is again looking for artists.
Taking sides in the Nasher/Museum Tower debate, a new Dallas-based reality show and how museums are bringing more of their collections out of storage.
The Rangers return to the field tonight following the All-Star break. Sink back into baseball with this plea from pitchers Derek Holland and Justin Grimm to join the planned Dumb & Dumber sequel.