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!
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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
DIFF 2014 is on the hunt for the most inventive, most interesting and most entertaining films for the 8th-annual Dallas International Film Festival, which runs April 3-13, 2014. During the past seven years, the Festival has featured more than 1,335 films from around the world, and has awarded $490,000 in prizes. We can't wait to see what the international filmmaking … [Read more...] about 2014 Dallas International Film Festival: Call for Entries
THE KINGS OF SUMMER is movie rich on casting while a tad bit short on script magic. With that said, it’s a very cute film that is watchable…once. Debuting in the comedy genre, there are laughs to be had but not remembered. Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts and Screenwriter Chris Galletta teamed up to tell a coming of age tale about a group of friends that decide to spend their … [Read more...] about DIFF 2013 Film Review: The Kings of Summer
Review by: Mut Asheru At the stroke of midnight on August 15, 1947, as India declares independence from Great Britain, two babies are switched at birth by a nurse in a Bombay hospital. And so it is that Saleem Sinai (Satya Bhabha), the bastard child of a beggar woman, and Shiva (Siddharth), the only son of a wealthy couple, are fated to live the destinies meant for each … [Read more...] about DIFF Film Review: Midnight’s Children based off of the book by Salman Rushdie