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Archive: 'Film and Television'
Today in the roundup: The Kimbell’s new app, more fallout of Nasher v. Museum Tower and more live movie scores.
Here’s your chance to see the documentary about the fight against the AIDS epidemic before it hits theaters.
Ed Bark, former Dallas Morning News TV critic, gets called in to write a review for The New York Times. Does this make him a ‘replacement reviewer’? Can he call a ‘holding penalty’?
Dallas VideoFest helped inspire Kirk Lohse to start his own film festival. He share some of his fave videos and memories from the Fest.
Steve Alford is the founder of Alford Media. But he’s also spent lots of time behind the scenes at VideoFest, and helped develop the 24 Hour Video Race.
Six new videos from Pecha Kucha at City Performance Hall last Wednesday. Check em out.
The Dallas filmmaker discusses his latest documentary about a Fort Worth fire fighter struggling to reclaim his life after he’s paralyzed.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt heads to the future in Looper while Dallas filmmaker Alan Govenar returns to the past for his documentary, The Beat Hotel.
Nelly Paulina Ramirez went to work for Dallas VideoFest on Sept. 11, 2001. She shares her memories – and a few videos that will make you smile.