Bringing talented behind-the-scenes people like Producer
Mike S. Ryan to Oak Cliff is a big reason why the 1st annual OCFF was a real hit. Click thru for photos and more video interviews from the Festival.
Posted in Dallas, Film, Interview |
Tagged Adam Donaghey, Barak Epstein, Bishop Arts Theater Center, C.M. Talkington, Chris James Thompson, Dallas Zoo, Director Frank Mosley, Documentary Film Competition, Eric Steele, Eurocrime! The Italian Cop and Gangster Films That Ruled the 70's, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Jason Reimer, Jeff, Kessler Theatre, Love and .45, Mike Malloy, Mike S. Ryan, Oak Cliff Film Festival 2012, Red hook Red Room, Robert Wilonsky, Rory Cochrane, Texas Theatre |
Texas Theatre‘s Chief People Officer, Eric Steele, sat down with PSD and talked about The Texas, Music, Theater, Film and so much more. Click thru for our video interview, as well as information about his feature film which is currently at the Uncertain, TX Austin Film Festival.
Posted in Dallas, Film, Interview, Local Music, Music, Pearl Snap Friday |
Tagged Adam Donaghey, Andrew Snow, Barak Epstein, Chance Wimberly, Clay Liford, Clay Yocum, Danny Fulgencio, David Lowery, Doug Burr, Eric Steele, Hunter Wood, James Johnston, Jason Reimer, Jeff Gilroy, Kelly Williams, Matt Moffitt, Neal Wadley, Red Monroe, Richard Rollin, Sooners, Texas Theatre, Uncertain Tx, Yen Tan |
Ok so this may be a little to much Texas Pride!
Last night’s 35mm test party at the Texas Theatre was a total hoot that ended with a kick ass screening of Troll Hunter. The movie is “officially” at the Texas starting today and you NEED to see it. Click through for some fun photos of last night, including SNEAK PEAKS into some OFF LIMIT areas at your favorite ol’ Theatre!
Posted in Comedy, Dallas, Film, Pearl Snap Friday, Trailers |
Tagged 35mm, Adam Donaghey, Barak Epstein, Casanova Liz, Doc Strange, Eric Steele, Jason Reimer, Kelly Kitchens, Magnet Releasing, Oak Cliff, Texas Theatre, Troll Hunter |
This memorial day weekend I had the honor to witness a wonderful play that showcases all the qualities that make us remember, the men and women who served for our nation, so well. With our hearts open and our flags raised I’d like to share with you this unique, bold, and fun look at three Marines. Here is our final look at Aaron Kozak’s The Birthday Boys which ended its theatrical run at the Texas Theatre on Sunday.
Posted in Comedy, Dallas, Interview |
Tagged Aaron Kozak, Ali Saam, Barak Epstein, Drew Farmer, Eric Steele, James Ryen, Jason Reimer, Kelly Kitchens, Matt Altobelli, Michael Burnett, Nando Betancur, Steve Kozak, Texas Theatre, The Birthday Boys, Trevor David |
What to do this weekend? Take part in the unique and bold production that is
The Birthday Boys at the Texas Theatre and stick around for blood, guts, and rampage that is Hobo with a Shotgun. The team behind The Birthday Boys and two of the fearless foursome that is the Texas Theatre took part in a rountable discussion about the production.
Posted in Comedy, Dallas, Interview |
Tagged Aaron Kozak, Al Asad airba, Ali Saam, Barak Epstein, Casanova Liz, Dallas, Denton, Drew Farmer, Eric Steele, Grapevine, Hobo with a Shotgun, Houston, James Ryen, Jason Reimer, John Poole, Kelly Kitchens, Los Angeles, Matt Altobelli, Mike Burnett, Nando Betancur, Oak Cliff, Texas Theatre, The Birthday Boys, Trevor David, University of Oklahoma |
Bloody scary time when you check out the Midnight Specials section or the Midnight shorts section at the
DALLAS IFF! Story time? Make the Jump…
Posted in Dallas, DIFF 2011, Film |
Tagged 8 Bits, AFI DALLAS 2008, Alex de la Iglesia, Alex Garcia Topete, All Flower In Time, Amber Heard, Barak Epstein, Benjamin Mattern, Blair Rowan, Blood On The Highway, Calvin Lee Reeder, Chloe Sevigny, Chris Gardner, Clay Liford, Cold Sore, DALLAS IFF 2011, Deva George, Geoff McGee, Jean Delaunay, Jerome Sable, Jewel Staite, John Carpenter, Jonathan Caouette, Lindsay Pulsipher, Matt Bird, Midnight Shorts, Midnight Specials, Narcissism & Me, Nate Rubin, Neal, Nicholas McCarthy, Sarah Harris, Sarah Laufer, Saskia Burmeister, Sasquatch Birth Journal 2, Shorts Program 2, Star Award, The Last Circus, The Legend of Beaver Dam, The Oregonian, The Pact, The Ward, Valere Amirault, Zellner Bros |
Geoff Marslett has been traveling all over the world promoting his fantastic film MARS. The film and its Director made it over to the Texas Theatre the other night. Enjoy the in-depth Q & A that Geoff had with his captivated Dallas audience.
Posted in Dallas, Film |
Tagged Alicia Couvering, Austin, Barak Epstein, Bubblecraft, Cynthia Watros, Dallas, Filmmaker Magazine, Geoff Marslett, Green Screen, Howe Gleb, Kinky Friedman, Mark Duplass, Mars, Oak Cliff, Paul Gordon, Polyphonic Spree, Swerve Pictures, Texas, Texas Theatre, The Happy Poet, Tim Delaughter, University of Texas at Austin, UT Austin, Zoe Simpson |