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Asian Film Festival of Dallas Deadline Nears

The final deadline for submissions to the 2012 Asian Film Festival of Dallas is March 31, 2012 (postmarked). The festival is open to domestic and international filmmakers, and entry fees are $40 for feature films and $25 for short films. The AFFD’s mission statement is “to celebrate and support emerging and established Asian and Asian-American … Continue reading

24-Hour Video Race Registration is Open

The Video Association of Dallas is now accepting team registrations for the 11th Annual 24-Hour Video Race. The race is limited to 100 teams competing in five different divisions. The race begins at 11:59 p.m. Friday, May 4, at the Angelika Film Center in Mockingbird Station, and end there 24 hours later at midnight on Saturday, … Continue reading

DIFF Announces 2012 Festival Schedule

The Dallas International Film Festival released the schedule for its 2012 festival season on  Thursday. The festival will run from April 12-22 and feature 111 feature-length and short films from 27 countries over an 11-day period. Festival passes and tickets are currently on sale. Guests in attendance have yet to be announced. Movie Ink will post … Continue reading

News Briefs: ‘Robocop’ returns to Dallas; Kelly to shoot in Texas

The Dallas International Film Festival has announced a 25th anniversary screening of the classic science fiction satire Robocop as the closing night event of its 2012 festival. Filmed in Dallas by director Paul Verhoeven, Robocop quickly became a cult classic. (A remake starring The Killing‘s Joel Kinnaman is currently in the works.) The screening will be … Continue reading

DVF to screen Ken Burns’ ‘The Brooklyn Bridge’ for Bridge-O-Rama

The Dallas Video Festival will present a free screening of Burns’ 1981 documentary The Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday, March 3, as part of the opening events of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Released in 1981, The Brooklyn Bridge was nominated for the Academy Award and later broadcast on PBS. The classic doc offers interviews with those who … Continue reading

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