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Behind the Deeply Personal Story of Acceptance and Grief That Led to The Inspection

The narrative debut of filmmaker Elegance Bratton premiered in October at the Dallas International Film Festival and opens in theaters this weekend.
By Todd Jorgenson
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In Oklahoma Breakdown, a DFW Filmmaker Shines a Light on an Underground Music Legend

Christopher Fitzpatrick’s documentary, making its Texas debut at the Lone Star Film Festival, puts the limelight on Oklahoman musician/comedian Mike Hosty.
By Austin Zook
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How the Pandemic Prompted an SMU Alum to Switch Gears and Make Her First Movie

Mollie Mulvey’s debut drama The Better Part, shot on her family’s ranch, will screen as part of the Lone Star Film Festival.
By Todd Jorgenson
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A Micro-Budget Road Trip Movie Felt Like a College Reunion for DFW Natives

Ryan Love’s indie drama Beauty of a Blank Space will have its world premiere on Friday as part of the Austin Film Festival.
By Todd Jorgenson
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How Old German Letters Fueled a Dallas Man’s 30-Year Quest for Closure

The documentary Let Us Die, about a chance discovery in an antique desk directed by WFAA’s Jason Whitely, will screen as part of the Dallas International Film Festival
By Todd Jorgenson

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James Faust Talks 2022 Dallas International Film Festival on EarBurner

It's the 16th anniversary of DIFF, which will show 77 films across six venues from October 14-20.
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Dallas Native J.J. Nolan’s Latest Film Role Explores Her Wild Side

Watching Pretty Problems, you’d never know the actress and comedian overcame debilitating shyness to build an impressive resume on stage and screen.
By Todd Jorgenson
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A New Documentary Probes Famed Author Patricia Highsmith’s Formative Years in North Texas

Eva Vitija’s Loving Highsmith focuses on the personal life and artistic influences of the iconoclastic novelist born in Fort Worth.
By Todd Jorgenson
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How Two Filmmaking Rookies Brought Running the Bases to the Big Screen

The faith-based baseball drama, which opened on Friday, marks the feature debut for North Texas natives Marty Roberts and Jimmy Womble.
By Todd Jorgenson