Film

Video on Demand

This year marks the silver anniversary of the Dallas VideoFest which now touts itself as the oldest and largest video festival in the United States. Since 1986, VideoFest has specialized in independent, alternative, and non-commercial media, presenting hard-to-find works rarely seen [...]...

Moving Beyond Politics

Israeli film captures the sweetness of young romance despite political obstacles The 16th Annual Jewish Film Festival of Dallas opens September 6 with a slate of ten films, but one title specifically may be the talk of the community. Enriched with fully-developed characters and simple [...]...

Beyond Last Tango

MFAH’s Bertolucci Retrospective Best known for Last Tango in Paris, his 1972 psychosexual drama starring Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider, Bernardo Bertolucci [...]...

25th Annual Dallas VideoFest

The Video Association of Dallas has announced the first five selections for VideoFest 25, which will be Sept. 27–30, 2012 at its original home, the Dallas Museum of Art. Now the oldest and largest video festival in the United States, VideoFest will feature over 150 programs over the four [...]...

Ambitious Slate

Marking its 11th year, the Asian Film Festival of Dallas has grown to become the largest film showcase of Asian and Asian-American cinema in South, according to Steve Norwood, the Asian Film Festival’s director of programming, who discussed this year’s event with A+C. There have been more [...]...

Film Review: ‘The 6 Month Rule’

When it comes to romantic comedies, I feel I see the same film over and over again, but with different actors. The story usually ends up the same in every circumstance. While, I know that's the point for a romantic comedy, I always yearn for something different [...]...

Review: The Turin Horse

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Béla Tarr claims The Turin Horse will be his last film, and unlike American celebrities who use retirement as a PR scam, he’ll probably stick [...]...