“Ryan Thomas Becker has been nominated for “Best Instrumentalist”, “Best Group” (RTB2), “Best Male Vocal”, “Best Solo Performer”, and “Best Blues Act” (RTB2) by the Dallas Observer, and can be seen about town playing in RTB2, Ryan Thomas Becker & Last Joke, and Hares on the Mountain. Friendly, neighborhood Dallas singer-songwriter Madison King’s brand of rock lurks in a darkened alley, barely holding its rockabilly impulses in check…”
The full Patio Sessions schedule is here and click thru for the rest of our Must-See’s for May 2013.
I’ve heard that movie stars’ big night out on the town is Tuesday nights because all the average people are at home resting up for work the next day. And maybe that is why last Tuesday night was the night to party at DIFF. It started, of course, at the Angelika at Mockingbird Station seeing Sironia.
Veteran Costume Designer and fashion consultant to the stars Bernie Pollack was graciously awarded a DIFF 2012 Star Award this past week. We were able to not only chat with Bernie on the Red Carpet, but also caught his story-filled Panel at the Nasher Sculpture Center this past Saturday. Click thru for a few of the amazing tales from Bernie’s life.
DIFF 2012 welcomed a huge group of talent and crew for the 25th Anniversary Screening of Robocop at the Texas Theatre. Yep, that is James Faust aka RoboFaust! Click thru for our wonderfully fun interview with Robocop himself, Peter “Cool” Weller.
This year DIFF 2012 did a wonderful job showcase the world-wide appeal of the festival. The South Korean Spotlight shined brightly with My Way taking home the Narrative Feature Audience Award. Click thru for the Q & A that followed the film’s Tuesday evening screening and for more information on this gripping tale from South Korean Director Je-kyu Kang.
The DIFF 2012 DFS Honors didn’t happen anywhere near this rooftop view of Downtown Dallas, but it dig bring some fine folks to our fair city!! Click thru for Red Carpet Interviews with Texas Avery Animation Award recipient Glen Keane, Star Award Honorees Gabourey Sidibe & Bernie Pollack and a special guest interview with producer Ronald L. Schwary. Also check out the awesome award winners from the 6th Dallas International Film Festival.
It is still a bit early in the festival to say what my most loved films will be, but easily Michael Mohan‘s Save the Date will be on that list. Click thru for our video interview with Director Michael Mohan.
So far DIFF is two for two as far as after-parties go. Not just hits, but home runs. If I knew anything about baseball I would give you that batting average stat, but I know enough to know that’s good. Hit the jump to find out why.