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This Week’s Special Screenings

The Magnolia’s monthly 50 Years of Bond! films series continues with a screening of Goldfinger (1964), 7:30 and 10pm, July 10, at the theater. Details

The Texas Theater resumes its Tuesday Night Trash series with a free screening of the science fiction comedy-exploitation classic The Lost Empire (1985), 9:15pm, July 10, at the theater. Details

Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios kick-off their Reel Classics summer film series continues with a screening of Stanley Kubrick’s controversial masterpiece A Clockwork Orange (1971), 2 and 7pm, July 11, at select Cinemark theaters. Details

The Dallas Museum of Art kicks of its Dallas on Film! series with a screening of Arthur Penn’s seminal Bonnie and Clyde (1967), 7pm, July 12, in the museum’s Horchow Auditorium. Catherine Horsey, Executive Director of La Reunion, will introduce the film with a brief discussion on the history of West Dallas. Details

The Inwood Theatre’s Midnight Madness feature for this week is Danny Boyle’s debut feature Shallow Grave (1994) on Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14, at the theater. Details

The Dallas Film Society continues its Summer Screenings series with a free screening of Alan Miller’s acclaimed documentary The Turandot Project (2000) at 7:30pm, July 16, at the Studio Movie Grill. Details

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About Gary Dowell

Professional film critic, journalist, Byronic hero.

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