Aurora is back, filling the Arts District tonight with nearly 90 video artists, digital images, performers and musicians. The essence of the artists-night-out is what the French call son et lumiere, sound-and-light shows — big, bright projections.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
This week, SMU global communications professor Nina Flournoy joins us to talk about what The Fifth Estate has to say about the power of information worldwide.
On this week’s show, we talk to Dallas filmmaker Quin Matthews, whose documentary City of Hate is playing Sunday at VideoFest.
One of the greatest artists of the Dutch Golden Age is the subject of this Big Deal.
Looks like their Kickstarter campaign was successful.
Only $9,000 left to raise – out of $95,000 for a documentary on the world-premiere collaboration between Police drummer-composer Stewart Copeland, the Dallas Symphony, conducted by Jaap van Zweden and the percussion ensemble D’Drum. But there’s only 2 days left.
How many horror-movie references can you spot in the opening to this year’s “Treehouse of Horrors” episode of The Simpsons, directed by Guillermo del Toro?
UTD's Kyle Kondas is next up in our intros of all 12 Expanded Cinema artists. Watch the Omni Hotel at 8 tonight.
What’s it like to see your video art or animation 23 stories high? Anne Bothwell talked to Expanded Cinema curator Mona Kasra for this KERA radio report. Plus: meet the artists and where to watch tonight.
This week, we talk about how Parkland focuses on the secondary characters of the Kennedy Assassination. And Bart Weiss joins us to talk VideoFest.