Click through for our chat with the Wizard played by Tom McGowan.
Click through for the Dallas Red Carpet Interviews with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Johnny Knoxville.
FilmMatters 2012 took place at the beginning of this month, Saturday November 3rd, and this year’s esteemed guests discussed the world’s water crisis. Two of the panelists, Director Derek Watson and Producer Chris Cotner have a documentary, THIS IS NORMAL, that is coming out soon and tackles the water crisis issues. I was able to chat with both guys about what their documentary is about, the impact we can make on this issue and about their time in Dallas at the beginning of the month.
Sara Masetti is a Master’s Film Student at the University of North Texas and a former Dallas VideoFest Texas Program entry. Sara chatted with me about her documentary work, her days in Austin, and what keeps her tied to North Texas. Click through to find out more from the Italian filmmaker.
It’s taken Director Julia Dyer nearly 20 years to bring this film to full release and now that its finished you should take the time to see why so many folks have kept with this incredible story. Click through for my review and audio clips of a roundtable interview with the Director, her star (Olivia Harris) and her DP (Russell Blair).
Haunting and hilarious is a combo you don’t usually see together in a film. Legendary Director William Friedkin brings about both feelings in easily the most intriguing film of the year. From Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning author Tracey Letts comes a hell of a black comedy. Click thru for our interview with one of Killer Joe‘s leads, Thomas Haden Church.
“When Bondurant explores what it is like to push yourself to the brink, whether with physical activity, drugs and alcohol, or lust, he captures an intensity of experience the reader won’t soon forget.” —- Bookpage
Click thru as we discuss Matt’s education, love of swimming, family ties, his novels, his feelings on the film version ( Lawless – comes out next month) of his 2nd novel, and also about Dallas.
If there’s one thing we love here at PSD, it’s festivals. If there’s two things we love here at PSD it’s #fancydranks. Put them together and you have the first annual Craft Cocktails Texas Festival. The four day fest includes exclusive tastings from some of the best mixologists in the state, and it’s all for a good cause.
In what has quickly become one of our favorite things to do in Dallas during the summer, the Homegrown Music and Arts Festival returns for its third edition this Saturday, May 26. As per usual, the fest will take part at Downtown Dallas’ Main Street Garden Park, and will feature 14 regional and local acts (including a few PSD faves).