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Here Are All The Wild Movies You Can See At Oak Cliff Film Festival This Year

Bookended by a Joan Jett doc and the Dallas-made party flick Never Goin' Back, the 2018 roster looks different. And that's a good thing.
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Dallas International Film Festival Sticks to the Magnolia This Year

Eight days of programming begin May 3. Mr. Rogers, Alexander McQueen, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Korn get the documentary treatment.
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Phantom Thread Puts Tense Romance Back In Fashion

Paul Thomas Anderson's latest is a study of intimacy set in 1950s London.
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Kwaidan‘s Spectral Folk Tales Get A Live Soundtrack At Alamo Drafthouse

Austin's Holodeck Records cast four acts to score each chapter of the film Saturday. One of them is Dallas artist Jake Schrock, who's joining the label's roster.
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Things To Do In Dallas This Weekend: Dec. 14 – 17

See one of electronic music's greatest instigators, support the next generation of Dallas artists, find a cure for wanderlust.
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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.
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How to Film Pete’s Dragon

Dallas indie filmmaker David Lowery spent two months in New Zealand directing a big-budget remake for Disney. He kept a journal during the two-month shoot. Here are the highs and lows.
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Burnt: Thoughts on the Film Opening Tonight

The film Burnt opens tonight, starring Bradley Cooper as Adam Jones, a once-high-powered chef in the world of high-end restaurants. You want to know what I think about the movie?
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Going for the Gold: Oscar Party Ideas

Because the only thing better than watching TV is doing it with friends.