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A New Documentary Lets Joppa Preservationists Share Their Own History

The short film 150 Years of Resiliency will have its first public screening this weekend at the Denton Black Film Festival.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Director David Lowery Brings a New Short to the Texas Theatre

To celebrate a new release of The Green Knight, A24 let the Dallas director take on another Arthurian myth: Oak Thorn & The Old Rose of Love.
By Austin Zook
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Director Damien Chazelle Goes Inside His Hollywood Epic Babylon

The Oscar-winning filmmaker came to Dallas to share his distaste for the demure tendencies of period pieces, leading to his subversive wild ride.
By Todd Jorgenson
the texas theatre
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The Oak Cliff Film Festival Expands Its Student Program

The twelfth Oak Cliff Film Festival is partnering with the nonprofit For Oak Cliff to help local students write, film, and edit their own short films.
By Austin Zook
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What Is Home? Dallas Documentarian Finds Complex Answers to a Simple Question

Alan Govenar interviewed dozens of subjects for Looking for Home, which screens on Thursday at the Angelika Film Center.
By Todd Jorgenson

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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
Mike Hosty
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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