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As It Turns 20, Dallas’ Asian Film Festival Aims to Chart a Fan-Friendly Future

This year’s scaled-back event opens on Thursday at the Angelika, with spotlight screenings each day through the weekend.
By Todd Jorgenson
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How a Plano Company Is Giving a Lifeline to a Ukrainian War Movie

With theaters closed in its home country, Plano-based Well Go USA is releasing the true-life drama Sniper: The White Raven in North America.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Jacks Haupt Found Strength Confronting Her Vulnerability in Mija

The Chicana singer-songwriter from Oak Cliff is featured in the acclaimed documentary that will have its local premiere this weekend in the Oak Cliff Film Festival.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Cooper Raiff Finally Enjoyed His Film Festival Moment

The Dallas filmmaker’s second feature, which opens this week, again examines young adulthood and relationships from a fresh perspective
By Todd Jorgenson

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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.
By Austin Zook
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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
By Todd Jorgenson
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Working Title of Movie Based on Lake Highlands Coyote Attack: Maul

Anyone have Tim Headington's number?
By Tim Rogers
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Harry Hunsicker to Get Dark at Dallas Noir Fest

The novelist has written his first screenplay, for (S)hit Squad.
By Tim Rogers
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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.
By Todd Jorgenson