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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.
By Todd Jorgenson
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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.
By Todd Jorgenson
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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.
By Austin Zook
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This Texas Theatre Cartoon Film Series Isn’t for Kids—or the Faint of Heart

Suspended Animation celebrates some of the most insane, twisted, and interesting works of animators like Don Hertzfeldt and Ralph Bakshi.
By Danny Gallagher
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Leatherface Lives: How the Original Texas Chainsaw Is Still Buzzing 50 Years Later

The 1974 cult classic will screen as the centerpiece of the inaugural It Came from Texas Film Festival this weekend in Garland.
By Todd Jorgenson
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The Man Behind the Makeup: Donald Mowat, of Skyfall and Blade Runner 2049, Shares His Work With Dallas Students

Oscar-nominated department head and personal stylist Donald Mowat visited Dallas as a guest of the Dallas Film Commission to speak with audiences about his career and his field.
By Austin Zook
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Liz Cardenas Has Become an Expert at Navigating the Indie Film Landscape

The Dallas producer, who will lead a workshop on Tuesday at the Texas Theatre, was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award earlier this year.
By Todd Jorgenson
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Spacy, the New ‘Microcinema’ in Tyler Station, Brings DIY Ethos to the Theater Experience

The 35-seat theater is using its programming and size to set itself apart in the Dallas cinema scene.
By Austin Zook
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How Its Director Balanced Representation and Responsibility in Blue Beetle

While in Dallas, Angel Manuel Soto explained why his connection with teenage superhero Jaime Reyes extends beyond their Texas ties.
By Todd Jorgenson
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The Finale Sets Terror and Camp Firmly in Dallas

The locally made horror film, which is on streaming services now, features plenty of places you’ll recognize.
By Lauren Smart
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