This week, we talk about an ambitious presentation of Metropolis that includes both a live score and dance.
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This week, we talk to Dhevi Natarajan, a Plano native who is an associate producer and editor of the film, about an experience common to many young Indians.
A brand-new visual arts group in Fort Worth? Check. Clever name – the Exhibitionists? Check. But more than 60 artists displaying their work in the very first show? Wait. Who are these people now?
This week, we talk with Benbrook actor Julio Cesar Cedillo about the pivotal scene he shot with Oscar-winner Benicio Del Toro.
Kehinde Wiley’s become an art star with his flamboyant, revisionary portaits – painting African-Americans in hip-hop gear or designer gowns as if they were in works by Old Masters. The Modern has a major retrospective that showcases Wiley’s dazzling, sometimes deliberately kitschy artworks. Plus VIDEO.
The museum got international attention last year when it garnered a 15-year loan of the Keir Collection, one of the largest collections of Islamic masterworks in private hands. Now “Spirit and Matter” gives us a taste of the 1800 items in the trove.
Chris Vognar of our Big Screen team just returned from covering the event, and this week he tells us about some of the movies we should have on our radars.
The chamber opera about relatives searching New Orleans post-Katrina debuted in a workshop production in Dallas in April – it’s gone to the Big Easy and now it’s back at the City Performance Hall.
The Venice Film Festival is one of the fancier affairs on the festival circuit – and one of the buzziest. Chris Vognar of our Big Screen team packed his tuxedo and jetted across the Atlantic for this year’s event, and this week we talk to him about his time on the canals.
Cultural Affairs is a multi-genre, multi-racial, one-night-only show for Fort Worth’s Fall Gallery Night this Saturday — presented by Fort Works Art. And it’s got more on its mind than just showing off some new artworks.