We’ve all experienced those episodes of Saturday Night Live when ‘Weekend Update’ is the best thing in the show — and too much of the rest just seemed to fill time. No, Second City Does Dallas isn’t that middling. But it might remind you of it at times.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
On this week’s show, we review the Richard Gere Wall Street drama and run through the highlights of this year’s Toronto Film Fest.
The SportsCenter theme song may be the most recognizable tune in sports. Meet the man who had had enough of the show’s original music and decided to write the iconic song.
Dallas VideoFest turns 25 this year. To celebrate, Art&Seek partnered with VideoFest to get folks close to the festival to reminisce about their favorite moments, and to look at how film and video have changed in the last quarter century. The first entry in this series comes from artist and former VideoFest chair Carolyn Sortor.
As Dallas VideoFest gears up for its 25th Anniversary, we celebrate with a special feature. Bart Weiss tells all about it.
There are now 600 movies in the Criterion Collection. See how many of them you can pick out in this 2:30 compilation.
The new City Performance Hall re-configures its acoustics for the different theater companies, chamber groups and lecture series that’ll use it. We check out the sound-shifting going on with the hall’s acoustic consultant – who bursts our bubble.
The World War I novel had the horse as narrator. But a talking horse onstage would look like Mr. Ed. Enter the geniuses at Handspring Puppet Company who built the amazing creature in the smash-hit show, War Horse.
This week, we review The Words, starring Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Irons. And we preview five films we’re looking forward to this fall.
Before Walt Disney and the Hays Code, animation had a more elastic nature, and an eagerness for the dark, the odd, the downright trippy. Witness Cab Calloway singing ‘St. James Infirmary’ as Koko the Clown.