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In Denton, New Life for an Old Theater

The entrepreneurs who brought the Texas Theatre back to life in Oak Cliff see a similar future for the Fine Arts in downtown Denton. So does its City Council.
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Renegade Filmmaker Jem Cohen Brings Two Films to the Texas Theatre This Weekend

Talented Friends will present two of Cohen’s feature films, including his documentary about the band Fugazi. It showcases the artistry of a director who works outside the mainstream.
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4 Oscars Watch Parties for Dallas Movie Lovers

Local venues are rolling out the red carpet for Dallas residents who want to watch the Oscars in style and with a crowd.
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The Latin American Film Festival Offers Dallas a Vision of the World

The inaugural LAFFD is happening this month, showcasing Latin American features that may not otherwise get theatrical distribution in the area.
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The Historic Inwood Theatre Is Closed, at Least Temporarily

The theater opened in 1947, and was owned by Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner from 2003 to 2018. After the pandemic, it was "struggling" to remain open.
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The Taste of Things Turns French Country Cooking into Heartrending Romance

The new French film, showing in Texas theaters this week, is an unusual addition to the canon of great food movies.
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Local Filmmaking Couple Gets Creative to Curb Obesity, Plus a Preview of the Denton Black Film Festival

Comedian Brandon Lewis wrote ImPossible about his weight-loss goals, then cast himself to make it happen.
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How a New Documentary Connects Texas and Nepal Through Art

The latest project blending travel and culture from the Dallas directing duo known as Exploredinary will have its local premiere this week.
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Bonus Features’ Latest Short Proves the Strength of North Texas’ Film Scene

Ryan Polly’s “I Bet You’re Wondering How I Got Here” is an entertaining crime-comedy that doubles as a testament to the talented cast and crew who work in Dallas-Fort Worth.
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