Continuing our look at the 2012 Filmmaker Magazine
25 New Faces of Independent Film I chatted with Director Ian Harnarine. The NYU grad/professor gave us a real personal look at his Caribbean background with his short film, Doubles with Slight Pepper. Click thru for our interview with the talented director.
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Michael York said it best, “You can LIVE!”. You can also see the DFW shot
Logan’s Run at the Dallas Museum of Art and truly feel alive. For other reasons to enjoy the rest of your summer and do it by living it up, click thru.
Posted in Books, Comedy, Dallas, Film, Funny, Local Music |
Tagged American Airlines C, Andrew Disney, Angelika Theater, Barnes & Noble, Beasts Of The Southern Wild, Brad Thor, Brian Culbertson, Chicago, Dallas Film Society, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Theater Center, David Sanborn, Dustin Hoffman, Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Kathryn Andrews, Killer Joe, KRLD Restaurant Week, Logan's Run, Lone Star FIlm Society, Margot And Bill Winspear Opera House, Midnight in Paris, Mike Nichols, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Nasher Sculpture Center, Red Hook Summer, Ringling Bros & Barnum & Bailey, Searching For Sonny, Searching for Sugar Man, Simon & Garfunkel, Smile Smile, Spike Lee, Texas Theatre, The Graduate, The Second City Does Dallas, Winspear, Woody Allen, Wyly Theater |
The AT&T Performing Arts Center has released its 2012-13 Lexus Broadway Series. Click thru for the wonderful shows coming to Dallas and a special video of the Tony Award winning “Joey” from War Horse making its Dallas debut!
Author Paul Black brings a fresh look to the near future fiction writing genre. I had a wonderful dinner with Paul, his wife, and Publicist Kelly Kitchens (who put the shindig together!). Here is part 1 of our chat.
Posted in Books, Dallas, Interview, Pearl Snap Friday |
Tagged Advertising, Author Paul Black, Barnes and Noble, Chicago, Dallas, Gymnastics, Nexus Point, Presence, Publicist Kelly Kitchens, Soulware, The Tels, University of Oklahoma |
SXSW Bound series, I gathered two wonderful email interviews with Director Danny O’Connor, for his film UPSIDE DOWN: THE CREATION RECORDS STORY, and BECOMING SANTA’S Director Jeff Myers.
Posted in Film, Interview, Trailers |
Tagged Alan McGee, BBC, Becoming Santa, Celtic, Chicago, Danny O'Connor, Donegal, English, epk, Glasgow, Ireland, Irish, Jack Sanderson, Jeff Myers, Jesus and Mary Chain, Just Enough Evidence to Print, Kevin Krupitzer, Los Angeles, Mark Gardener, My Bloody Valentine, North Ireland, Oasis, Phonics, Polar Express, Primal Scream, Primrose Hill, Radio 1, Red, Rewind, Ride, Santa, Santa Jack, Scotish, Scotland, Sony EX, Stereophonics, Super Furry Animals, SXSW 2011, Teenage Fanclub, the Boo Radleys, The Ride, Upside Down: The Creation Records Story, V2 Records, W.B. Yeats |