Night One of the Dallas International Film Festival was a mostly successful start to the 11-day event. First, let’s start with the positives:
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The Future, Page One: A Year Inside The New York Times and Lucky make our list of must-see films for Friday.
Today in the roundup: Mixed opinions on A Chorus Line, a young movie star in Frisco and a request for Janet Jackson.
In an interview at South by Southwest, Miranda July discussed the artistic struggles she has had in common with her character, why she refuses to restrict herself to film and what it might be like if she ever took part in someone else’s movie. The Future screens Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Angelika Film Center as part of the Dallas International Film Festival.
Today in the roundup: The future of movie theaters, Billy Bob’s turns 30 and more on Horton Foote.
The festival also announced a few more award recipients, as well as a few last-minute films added to the lineup; keep reading for the news release.
The Dallas International Film Festival kicks off on March 31, and now we know what we can expect to see. Among today’s announcements are that Steve James (Hoop Dreams) will be the first documentary maker to be presented witht the festival’s Star Award and Being Elmo, about the man behind the famed Muppet, will serve as the opening night film.
Ann-Margaret is coming to town to receive the festival’s top award and show off a new movie.
The Dallas International Film Festival unspools in just about seven weeks, so it’s high time we started hearing about some of the films that will be shown. As luck would have it, an announcement popped into my inbox this afternoon with 12 titles we can expect to see at this year’s event.
If you’re a student filmmaker, you’ve got a chance to work on your craft and maybe earn your school (and yourself) a little money in the process.