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Christmas Classics at the Angelika

The Angelika Film Centers of Dallas and Plano have a series of holiday movies — some naughty, some nice — prepared for the month. The two separate sets of programming (listed below) feature Christmas classics, both culminating with screenings of It’s a Wonderful Life. Tickets are $6. For more info, go to Dallas (all screenings at … Continue reading

‘Midnight in Paris’ Screening with Owen Wilson Q&A

The Dallas Film Society presents a repertory screening of Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris, preceded by a Q&A with actor and Dallas native Owen Wilson, at 7:45pm, October 28, on the Ginsburg Family Great Lawn at Klyde Warren Park. DFS Artistic Director James Faust will introduce the program, and former WFAA film critic Gary Cogil will … 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

Ensemble Drama ‘Parkland’ Gets Greenlight

According to a report in Variety, Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman will produce the indie ensemble drama Parkland for their production company, Playtone. Journalist and screenwriter Peter Landesman (Trade) will make his directorial debut on the project, which covers the events leading up to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on November 22, 1963. The title … 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, and “Male Groupie” by Morocco Omari. Tickets … Continue reading

WIF.D to Screen ‘The Perfect Family’

Women In Film.Dallas presents a preview screening of the comedy The Perfect Family, 7pm, May 15, at the Studio Movie Grill — Dallas/Royal. Tickets are $10 ($5 for WIF.D members) via the organization’s website, with proceeds benefiting their grant and scholarship programs. Written by Dallas-based screenwriter and WIF.D board member Paula Goldberg and directed by … Continue reading

VideoFest 25 Call for Entries

The Video Association of Dallas is now accepting entries for its 25th annual VideoFest, scheduled for September 27-30 at the Dallas Museum of Art. Submissions can be made via through June 1, 2012. VideoFest 25 is open to professional and non-professional filmmakers working in documentary, narrative, animation, and experimental forms. There are no length, thematic, or content … Continue reading

Silent Movie Marathon at the DMA

The Dallas Museum of Art will present a silent movie mini-marathon on the afternoon of April 29th, as part of its Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties exhibit. The event will include screenings of: Pandora’s Box (1929) 12:30pm, Horchow Auditorium Louise Brooks stars as a siren who captivates the men in her path (including … Continue reading

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