Among the highlights is Lawrence Kasdan’s Darling Companion, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter’s first film in 10 years.
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The Dallas Film Society sends word this morning that Lee Papert has been named its new president and CEO.
Today in the roundup: Tina Parker on TV, DIFF wants your movie and Errol Morris discussing his classic Dallas-based doc.
Today in the roundup: The 2011-12 Lexus Broadway Series, talking about Creative Time and DIFF award winners.
The Hoop Dreams director speaks with Art&Seek about his new film, The Interrupters, ahead of his trip to Dallas to accept the Dallas Film Society’s Star Award.
Films featuring a drunk, a wimp and a couple of silver-screen icons make our must-see list.
Today in the roundup: A DIFF rising star, a Dallas Art Fair preview and Horton Foote Fest reviews.
Today in the roundup: Morgan Spurlock talks marketing, why film’s future is in Asia and DIFF announces its closing night film.
A mixture of documentaries and features, plus a couple of excellent North Texas shorts, make up our weekend picks.
Making films that make a difference gets special attention this year at the Dallas International Film Festival. A trio of panels this weekend explore how film can promote social change. And a new $10,000 prize will go to one film in this year’s line-up that demonstrates a dedication to doing good.