Film

Kon-Tiki

Norwegian adventurer Thor Heyerdahl’s 8,000-kilometer voyage across the Pacific Ocean on the balsa raft Kon-Tiki in 1947 stands as one of the greatest post-World War II feats of exploration, and cemented his standing as a legendary adventurer. Heyerdahl’s book about his experience became a bestseller. It was published in 1948 [...]...

The Best & Only Palestinian Film Fest in the South

When we first meet editor Paul Barrow, the protagonist of Molly Smith Metzler’s Close Up Space, making its regional premiere at Main Street Theater (MST), he’s self-righteously ripping through a series of emails from the headmaster at his rebellious daughter’s boarding school [...]...

Review: Quiver

Dance and film are joined by movement as camera and body come together. Frame Dance Productions’ newest offering, Quiver, makes the most of that fact. Frame Dance artistic director Lydia Hance navigates a dual career track, exploring both film and live performance, and the [...]...

a+c @ DIFF 2013: Chasing Shakespeare

Arts+Culture Magazine at the Dallas International Film Festival 2013 The most poignant line in “Chasing Shakespeare” is easily “Love is the electricity that flows in all of us.” A love story with a metaphysical spin and a lot of electricity since it just so happens that Danny Glover’s character [...]...