KXT 91.7 FM host Gini Mascorro heads to the roof to check out Expanded Cinema last night.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
The Cliburn: 50 Years of Gold is the new ‘anniversary documentary.’ Yes, we know the story of Van Cliburn’s great win and the Ft Worth piano contest. But we hadn’t seen the contestant stunned at the dresses in Neiman Marcus or the one who played with a bad back or the show’s grand finale, a terrific bit of cross-cutting.
From a documentary about former Gov. Ann Richards to a program of experimental video art, Dallas VideoFest casts its net wide tonight at the Dallas Museum of Art. It’s that kind of range that’s made the 25-year-old festival a cornerstone of the North Texas film scene:
As an aspiring filmmaker, Bryan Konefsky remembers finding everything he was looking for and more at Dallas VideoFest.
Artists rarely get a bigger canvas than this. The Dallas VideoFest marks its 25th anniversary Wednesday with videos – abstract, oddball, haunting — displayed on the Omni Hotel, visible for miles. Jerome Weeks rode along the search for the best viewing spot.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Shakespeare Dallas’ Macbeth, Ann Richards on stage and screen and a preview of TITAS’ dance season opener.
To mark the 25th anniversary of Dallas VideoFest, festival veterans are sharing their memories. The series continues today, with Frank Mosley.
The 25th VideoFest opens this week. To get you excited for this year’s event, check out the bumper that will play before each program.
Here’s your chance to see Emma Watson in a high school that doesn’t teach spells!
Today in the roundup: Whatever happened to the Arts Center of North Texas? Plus, birthday wishes and big money to spend on the arts.