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This Week’s Special Screenings

The Dallas Museum of Art and the Dallas Goethe Center present a screening of the documentary One Germany: The Other Side of the Wall (2010), 2pm, November 11, in the museum’s Horchow Auditorium. Details Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios continue their Reel Classics series with Paul Newman and Robert Redford in the caper-comedy The Sting (1973), 2 and 7pm, November 14, at … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings:

The Texas Theater’s monthly Pata Negra Spanish film series returns with a screening of Belle Époque (1992), 7pm, November 4, at the theater. Details Wolvereeeeens!!! The Texas Theater also presents screenings of the Cold War action (ahem) drama Red Dawn (1984), 9:15pm, November 4, at the theater. Details Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios continue their Reel Classics series with Steve McQueen, James … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings:

The Texas Theater presents a 35mm screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller Vertigo (1958), 5:15pm, October 7, at the theater. Details The Dallas International Film Festival and the Texas Independent Film Network present a screening of the documentary Man on a Mission (2010), about self-made astronaut Richard Garriott, at 7:30pm, October 9, at the Angelika Film Center. Filmmaker in attendance. Details The Magnolia … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings:

The Magnolia continues its Challenging Autuer film miniseries with a screening of Frank Capra’s comedy It Happened One Night (1934), the first film to win all five major Academy Awards, 7:30 and 10pm, September 11, at the theater. Details Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios continue the Autumn portion of their Reel Classics series with Roman Polanski’s neo-noir detective story Chinatown (1974), 2 and … Continue reading

This Week’s Special Screenings

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 Cinemark Theaters and Paramount Studios continue their Reel Classics summerfilm series continues with a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller North by Northwest (1959), … Continue reading

Movie Ink Picks: 2012 Asian Film Festival of Dallas

The Asian Film Festival of Dallas begins its week-long festival season this Thursday evening with an opening night screening of Takeshi Miike’s Ace Attorney (see below). The programming schedule includes 32 features plus select short film programming. Here’s a short list of Movie Ink‘s recommended viewing (all screenings are at The Magnolia): Ace Attorney (8:30pm, July 12; 9:30pm July … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

Movie review: ‘Bill W.’

One of the great social revolutionaries of the 20th Century, Bill Wilson changed the world in a way few people have, via a social movement that now spans 150 countries and 2 million members. Bill W., the exceptionally comprehensive character study of the Alcoholics Anonymous founder by first-time filmmakers Kevin Hanlon and Dan Carracino provide … Continue reading

Interview: The Directors of ‘Bill W.’

When Bill Wilson founded Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935, he started a movement that would spread to more than 150 countries and change millions of lives for the better. Time magazine named him “Man of the Year”; he’s been the subject of numerous biographies, and James Woods played him in a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV … Continue reading

Movie Ink Picks: Oak Cliff Film Festival 2012

The inaugural Oak Cliff Film Festival begins its four-day festival season this Thursday evening. The programming schedule includes documentaries, feature films, short films, music videos, and events. Here’s a short list of Movie Ink‘s recommended viewing: The Ghastly Love of Johnny X (7:30pm, June 14, Texas Theatre) Writer-director Paul Bunnell’s strange brew of 1950s-style B-grade sci-fi horror, juvenile … Continue reading

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