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29th Annual KidFilm Festival

The USA Film Festival presents the 29th Annual KidFilm Festival on January 26 and 27 at the Angelika Theater. The oldest and largest children’s film festival in the United States, its programming will include a variety of live-action an animated feature films, as well as a tribute to author and illustrator Peter H. Reynolds, who will sign … Continue reading

Second Oak Cliff Film Fest Announced

Well organized, well executed, and well received, the inaugural Oak Cliff Film Festival managed to carve out a niche for itself this past summer in a metroplex that already had about a dozen other film fests competing for attention and resources. Its founders are ready to prove it’s here to stay, officially announcing the OCFF’s … Continue reading

WiF.D Presents 11th Annual Chick Flick Film Fest

Women in Film.Dallas presents their 11th Annual Chick Flicks Film Festival, a three-night selection of works by female filmmakers “from Texas and beyond”, October 16-18 at the Angelika Film Center. The festival serves as a fundraiser for scholarships for women and female students in the film industry. Each year the festival showcases short films by Texas … Continue reading

Lone Star Film Fest Announces 2012 Honorees

Veteran producer Albert S. Ruddy and Texan singer-songwriter Billy Joe Shaver will be honored at the 2012 Lone Star Film Festival, scheduled for November 7-11. Ruddy will receive the LSFF Achievement in Film Producing Award and Shaver will receive the Stephen Bruton Award at the 2012 LSFF Ball on  November 8 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. … Continue reading

Lovecraftian Horror at the Texas Theatre

The Old Ones will rise over Oak Cliff when the historic Texas Theatre and DOA Blood Bath Entertainment present The Unnameable Blood Bath Film Festival II, a one-day micro-fest of H.P. Lovecraft-themed horror films, with a series of screenings starting at 2pm, August 19, at the theater (details). A contemporary of Conan creator (and native Texan) … Continue reading

Modern Art Museum FW presents ‘Modern Summer Kid Flicks’ Series

We here at Movie Ink are contentedly childless mole people, but our keen powers of observation have taught us that keeping adolescents thoroughly amused during a lot hot Texas summer is of paramount importance to any parent who wishes to stay sane until the school year starts. Some relief has come via the Modern Art Museum … 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

Human Rights Docu Weekend at the Texas Theatre

The World Affairs Council, the Texas Theatre, the Human Rights Watch, the Dallas Film Society, and the Embrey Human Rights Program at SMU for Human Rights present Human Rights Weekend, a two-day program of documentaries at examine global struggles against governments and institutions, June 8-9, at the Texas Theatre. The series will feature: You Don’t … Continue reading

Oak Cliff Film Festival Announced

The Oak Cliff Film Festival has released the final, official schedule for its debut fest, scheduled for June 14-17. Badges are available for pre-sale, and individual tickets will be available June 1st. Proceeds from festival badge sales will benefit the North Texas Food Bank. Founded by members of Aviation Cinemas, who took over operations at the Texas Theatre in December … Continue reading

This Weekend: The Annual Black Cinematheque Film Festival

Black Cinematheque Dallas and the South Dallas Cultural Center present their annual Black Cinematheque Film Festival this Friday and Saturday, May 18-19, at the SDCC. The line-up features Göran Olsson’s documentary The Black Power Mix Tape 1967-75 and a program of shorts that  includes “Men In Love” by Keith Davis, “Corporate Negro” by pstola.com, and “Male Groupie” by Morocco Omari. Tickets … Continue reading

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