Dallas film lovers it’s that special time of year again. That time when the Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) makes it rain! That’s right, a whole slew of films made with a whole lotta love and sweat will show for our viewing pleasure for 8 magical days. What can we expect from the 2018 DIFF this year and were there any new twists and turns in the film selection … [Read more...] about Film News: Dallas International Film Festival 2018 is just around the corner!
SINGAPORE - - 9 February 2018 - Spackman Entertainment Group Limited ("Spackman Entertainment Group" or the "Company" and together with its subsidiaries, the "Group"), one of Korea's leading entertainment production groups created by founder Mr. Charles Spackman, wishes to announce that upcoming Korean fantasy film, NOW I WILL MEET YOU, starring leading actors Son … [Read more...] about “Now I Will Meet You” starring So Ji-Sub and Son Ye-Jin set to release March 14
Yo!! We knew 2018 was gonna bring greatness. ZION T is coming to a US stage near you pretty soon. He's one of our editor's (Mut Asheru) favorite artists and so has become one of ours. We seriously have no choice. Dude is always on the playlist without fail. He'll be bending stages in the US and Canada. Been waiting on this brother for a long time. All attempts to … [Read more...] about Concert Alert: Zion T to bend stages in the US and Canada 2018
Review by: Mut Asheru CALL ME BY YOUR NAME is a heady dive into emotions that cascades softly into a full-blown love take down. The romance between Elio Perman (Timothée Chalamet) and Oliver, (Armie Hammer) is not the only love story you'll find in this film directed by Luca Guadagnino. Camera angles, soundtrack and cinematic landscape all play a vital role in this rich … [Read more...] about Movie Review: “Call Me by Your Name”…a beautiful experience
Review by: Mut Asheru CHASING THE BLUES co-written and directed by Scott Smith shines as a well written and comedic testament to passionate pursuits and bad decisions. Funny in scope and well-paced. It won’t change your life but it will resonate and add some joy to it. The benchmark of a well-made film. The relationship between Alan Thomas (Grant Rosenmeyer of The Royal … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Chasing the Blues”…a well written and comedic testament to passionate pursuits and bad decisions
This year's McKinney Classic Film Festival will run Aug. 25 - 27. The festival is in it's 3rd year run and promises more fun and films for lovers of classic filmage. Gene Kelley and Judy Garland are involved. No kidding...read on for what's in store. RED CARPET PHOTO OPS! All ticket holders may dress in any attire for fun photos, whether dressed up as their favorite musical … [Read more...] about Back in classic form the McKinney Classic Film Festival 2017
The USA Film Festival and the Angelika Film Center Dallas Present Sci-Fi Summer Film Series The USA Film Festival and the Angelika Film Center Dallas will partner to present Sci-Fi Summer Film Series, a 4-film series in August featuring contemporary and classic science fiction films. The series will take place at 7:00pm on Tuesdays in August at the Angelika Film … [Read more...] about USA Film Festival Presents Sci-Fi Summer Film Series
One of our favorite yearly events is making a comeback this year: IT CAME FROM DALLAS, the Dallas Producers Association's fundraiser. It is coming up quickly on Feb 23. This is a showcase of films that you will be utterly surprised were made in Dallas. Dallas Producers Association’s fund-raiser: IT CAME FROM DALLAS 10 returns Thursday, Feb 23 at Alamo … [Read more...] about Yes! It Came From Dallas is Back!
By Gordon K. Smith The 2016 Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF 2016), which concluded in April, featured no less than three films with a “post-apocalyptic” theme; the most visually striking of these was ORION, by second-time writer/director Asiel Norton and starring David Arquette in a role harsher than what we’re used to seeing him in. Norton’s visionary fable is … [Read more...] about Roundtable: “Orion” – post-apocalyptic, visually striking film and a harsher David Arquette
By Gordon K. Smith NO LETTING GO is a small but vital independent film about a family’s struggle with their son’s mental health crisis. At a roundtable interview in late March, we learned about the film and its mission from actress Cheryl Allison (Catherine the mother) and co-writer/producer Randi Silverman. The film is based on an award-winning short called … [Read more...] about Roundtable “NO LETTING GO” Cheryl Allison and Randi Silverman discuss their indie film about a family’s struggle with their son’s mental health crisis