Richardson native Shane Carruth is showing his new film this week at the South by Southwest Film Conference in Austin. It’s only his second feature, but it’s one of the buzziest films at this years’ festival. KERA’s Stephen Becker reports that it’s another step toward Carruth’s goal of rethinking what a movie can be.
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When The Avengers director gets his friends together, they don’t dissect the latest comic book. They prefer material that’s not quite so cutting edge.
The leader of the Foo Fighters wears many hats at this year’s conference: performer, speaker and director.
We’re pretty divided over our return trip to the Emerald City. But everyone’s happy about heading to Austin.
How does Sesame Street celebrate hitting 1 billion views on YouTube? By calling in The Count. (Duh.)
Today in the roundup: A release date for a local filmmaker, a preview of TITAS’ next program and Good Records: The TV Show?
This week, we look at the disheartening facts behind the effective hunger doc A Place at the Table. And on a lighter note, we size up Seth MacFarlane.
We’re just more than a month away from the Dallas International Film Festival. And to get your attention, the festival has released a list of 10 films that will play the event.
Spring might be just around the corner, but there’s still a chill in the air. Take your coat off and check out these fun inside activities.
Here’s your chance to get an advanced look at a documentary that tackles an important problem facing the nation.