Click through for our chat with the Wizard played by Tom McGowan.
From Rogue Website:
“Produced by Nick Hamm and Matthew Parkhill, Rogue tells the story of Grace Travis (Thandie Newton), an undercover detective tormented by the possibility that she caused her son’s death. In her quest for truth, Grace doubles as an agent for a powerful crime boss Jimmy Laszlo (Marton Csokas) who she believes will lead her
to her son’s killer. As Grace struggles to become the wife and mother her family now needs, her life is further complicated by her forbidden relationship with Jimmy. In order to stay alive, Grace needs to help Jimmy find the traitor in his midst, while knowing he may have played a part in her tragedy.”
This Sunday Night the great comedian, actress, activist and downright awesome lady that is Lily Tomlin will be at the Winspear Opera House for one-night only! I was able to chat with the icon about her Texas Ties, the dynamics of her show, and her work on stage, TV and Film. Click thru for the interview and also information about how to win a pair of tickets to the show on Sunday.
Brazil’s 2012 Oscar selection for Best Foreign Film is Writer/Director Selton Mello‘s entertaining The Clown. The young writer,director and actor has created a moving humorous look into the circus world, in particular the father-son relationship of two clowns. Selton discussed his film, his career and much more, click thru for the interview.
From DSM website:
“The weird and wonderful family comes to devilishly delightful life in THE ADDAMS FAMILY. This magnificently macabre new musical comedy is created by Jersey Boys authors Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice, Drama Deskwinning composer / lyricist Andrew Lippa (The Wild Party), choreographer Sergio Trujillo (Jersey Boys) and Olivier Award-winning director / designers Phelim McDermott & Julian Crouch (Shockheaded Peter) with creative consultation by four-time Tony Award® winner Jerry Zaks.”
Click through for our interview with Uncle Fester – Blake Hammond.
The Dallas VideoFest has spent the past 25 years looking to highlight, educate and challenge the community’s view on video work. This week starts up the festival with a brand new medium. But It’ll also rely heavily on what made it a real treasure for the DFW area. PSD and Selig Film News got to be part of two roundtable’s that highlight the new and the old of DVF. Click through as we look into Expanded Cinema and look back with one of the pioneers of the animation game, the great Keith Alcorn.
A comedy night to never forget! Mitchell Pritchett, Phil Dunphy and Cameron Tucker, played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ty Burrell and Eric Stonestreet along with co-creator Steve Levitan took part in a hilarious conversation with PSD fave Bob Wilonsky. Click thru for a few pics and our top 5 moments from the panel.
March is packed full of amazing and exciting events in and around the DFW area, as well as abroad. Click thru for our top 15 events for the month.
The “Third Coast” that Dallas has tried to hold on to the past few decades is embodied in the It Came From Dallas show. The annual show looks back at the TV shows, films, commercials, animated projects and anything entertainment related that was shot in or around North Texas, over the last century. This year the Dallas Producers Association has expanded the show a bit further and we’d like to let you in on all the updated elements to ICFD The Magnificent 7th!!