We’ve got differing opinions on Baz Luhrmann’s highly-anticipated adaptation of a literary classic. Plus, what’s up with all the Leo haters?
Archive: 'The Big Screen'
We get get you ready for summer with our picks for blockbuster season.
Matthew McConaughey, Jeff Nichols and a Dallas director whose career is skyrocketing all talk about their latest projects.
This week, we talk about a pair of movies with no use for the conventional narrative structure: Terrence Malick’s To the Wonder and Shane Carruth’s Upstream Color. Luckily, Carruth joins us to help us make sense of everything.
This week we discuss a movie that’s all about the ills of the Internet. And we speak to the star of the new Jackie Robinson biopic.
We talk about the new Ryan Gosling-Bradley Cooper movie with its director. Plus we steer you toward the best that DIFF has to offer.
The programmers of the Dallas International Film Festival tell us about this year’s event, and we review a Romanian film that’s got us sharply divided.
This week, we discuss Spring Breakers – the wild new film that will have you locking up your high school and college-age kids each March.
Park Chan-Wook takes on Hichcock’s Shadow of a Doubt, plus we review the highlights from our trip to Austin.
A busy Fort Worth playwright; SXSW and NPR, and backstage at Cindy Sherman.