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Documentaries and Human Connection Drive the 2022 Oak Cliff Film Festival

The Oak Cliff Film Festival is returning for its 11th year, with an emphasis on the way film unites us and a programming slate filled with must-see documentaries.
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Inside the Painstaking Process to Showcase Texas Wildlife on the Big Screen

The documentary Deep in the Heart will have its first public screening on Thursday to launch the EarthX Film Festival
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Harry Hunsicker to Get Dark at Dallas Noir Fest

The novelist has written his first screenplay, for (S)hit Squad.
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A New Documentary on Nolan Ryan Brings the Heat

Ryan will attend a screening of Facing Nolan on Sunday after the Rangers-Braves game at Globe Life Field.
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‘SALLAD’ Director Tramaine Townsend on Black Dallas, Working with JBW, and Secrecy

The JBW collaborative film premiered in March on The Kessler Theatre and showed last Friday at Tractorbeam.
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A Film Helped a Fort Worth Woman Heal Her Postwar Emotional Wounds

Yokosuka 1953 is among the local premieres on the docket for the USA Film Festival this week at the Angelika Film Center.
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Mark Wahlberg Aims to Redefine Faith-Based Filmmaking With Father Stu

The Oscar-nominated actor visited Dallas recently to discuss the inspiration behind his passion project and his creative calling.
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The Year’s Most Interesting Film Release Comes to the Texas Theatre This Weekend

The Oak Cliff theatre is one of the only venues to show the film in the United States.
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Why Actor and Proud Dallas Native Bentley Green Is Up Next

The 21-year-old “Snowfall” actor talks about his new drama series, plus his Super Bowl commercial with LeBron James.
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