Guest blogger Bart Weiss recounts his experiences at the inaugural Oak Cliff Film Festival.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
Useful stats! Americans for the Arts reportedly conducted the most comprehensive study of the economic impact of nonprofit arts in all 50 states. Now we hear about Dallas’ own slice of that pie chart.
Today in the roundup: A well-stocked Shakespeare season, VideoFest wants your T-shirt designs and a City Performance Hall update.
This week, we review the movie adaptation of the hit Broadway musical and speak to Allen Mondell about his very personal new film.
Conan O’Brien is taping his show this week in Chicago. And so he decided to visit an elementary school to teach the kids about the blues. Hilarity ensues.
The inaugural Oak Cliff Film Festival kicks off today at venues throughout the Dallas neighborhood. With the event, festival organizers are trying to reconnect with local movie history.
Today in the roundup: Dallas votes to help fund ‘Dallas,’ a local director considers a scene change and pondering opera’s gateway work.
For 14-seasons, the TV series Dallas exposed the city to an international audience and cemented its reputation – for better or worse – as a capital of big hair and big money. Twenty-one years later, Dallas returns to primetime Wednesday night. And the makers of the new show were careful to do right by the original and the city that inspired it.
Jimmy Fallon and the Roots join Carly Rae Jepsen for an inspired cover of her mega hit.
Today in the roundup: How to be a cultured mom, DTC loses an acting company member and Fort Worth gains a movie theater.