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On Three Hours In The World’s Best Library, By Way Of Dallas VideoFest

How Frederick Wiseman's 'Ex Libris' is a metaphor for the film festival.
By Lyndsay Knecht
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Movie Review: An Up-Close Look At An Artist’s Critical Eye: Gerhard Richter — Painting

Corinna Belz's documentary doesn’t belabor its efforts to understand Richter or explicate his work. It is more interested in simply watching and listening to the artist, primarily when he is at work.
By Peter Simek
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Today at The Dallas International Film Festival (4/18/12)

Today may be the single best day of the festival. Here are our reviews of movies from yesterday and reviews of films showing today at the festival -- and they are nearly all worth seeing. For all our Dallas IFF coverage, go here.
By Peter Simek
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Today at The Dallas International Film Festival (4/16/12)

Here are reviews of movies from yesterday and reviews of films showing today at the festival. For all our Dallas IFF coverage, go here.
By Peter Simek

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5th Annual Thin Line Film Festival Kicks Off In Denton Friday

In its fifth year, the Denton-based film fest is the region's only dedicated solely to docs, and it boasts a particularly strong collection of short-subject films.
By Peter Simek
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Interview: Why Director Wim Wenders Believes in the Future of 3D

The German director on Pina, 3D, dance, and the future of cinema.
By Peter Simek