This week, we talk about how Parkland focuses on the secondary characters of the Kennedy Assassination. And Bart Weiss joins us to talk VideoFest.
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As head of VideoFest, guest blogger Bart Weiss is asked this question all the time. Here’s his answer.
The artistic director of VideoFest loves both film and video. And so he has a conversation with himself about the merits of each.
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:
If you’ve got a few minutes, we have saucy puppets (Michael Robinson), an artist in a box (Erica Felicella), the power of video (Bart Weiss), the power of art in West Dallas (Bernardo Diaz), and a beautiful poem and photo journey to the land of the Gullah people (David Herman, Jr.).
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.
A chocolatier, a puppeteer, choreographer Bruce Wood, novelist Matt Bondurant (Lawless), the guy behind the move for affordable housing for area artists – and more. And they’re all speaking and performing at the new City Performance Hall Wednesday evening.
As Dallas VideoFest gears up for its 25th Anniversary, we celebrate with a special feature. Bart Weiss tells all about it.
Get your tix now for PK Dallas Vol. 10 at the new City Performance Hall and check just a few of the speakers who’ll be presenting.
Director Richard Linklater and stars Jack Black and Matthew McConaughey help us dissect their Carthage, Texas-set movie.