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Archive: 'Film and Television'
Today in the roundup: Jim Morrison’s coming to town, the tricky business of protecting art and the many lives of Zelda.
This week, we discuss Ben Afflick’s latest directorial effort as well as an excellent new basketball documentary with strong Dallas ties.
The James Bond movie franchise turns 50 this year. To celebrate, enjoy this look back at some of its best moments.
Frank Dufour and Thomas Riccio kick off the series, talking about their exhibition “Not So Indifferent.” Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou fills us in.
McLaren’s new supercar, the P1, has had all the boys talking. Last month we finally got to see it. But part of the publicity hub-bub was this remarkable tease in which we see/don’t see the new P1.
Why wait until opening day when you can catch the movie a few days early?
Good movies combine hundreds of shots so well we don’t really think about how they’re made. Truth is, even a low-budget indie is a painstaking endeavor. Stephen Becker recently spent a day on a local film set to see how movie magic gets pieced together.
Today in the roundup: Lone Star’s Opening Night Film, a UNT professor’s major literary award and an ambitious visual art project.
A documentary details how the politics of the Texas School Board works its way into the education system. And the world’s foremost character actor spins a few yarns.