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.
The 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 Uncertain, TX which is currently at the Austin Film Festival.
Wednesday Night Director/Writer/Graphic Designer Yen Tan will showcase his latest film script, Pit Stop, which is already a TFPF recipient and has started its campaign to build funds. The evening is titled Lights. Camera, Action! Dallas Pride Event! and is presented by the Historic Texas Theater and OutTakes Dallas. Click Thru for a round-table interview with Yen Tan and Producer Eric Steele.
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!
The Texas Theatre is proud to announce that 35mm is back. To celebrate, the Texas hosts a free 35mm Test Party on Thursday, June 30 from 6 – 10 pm. Happy hour specials at the bar all night as the projectionists practice 35mm projection on the big screen. Click thru to check out all the greatness that will be “Tested”.
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.
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.
Director Bryan Poyser gets the Soto Boy Design + Illustration treatment!!
When you get the “Soto Brothers” respect, its almost like you’ve now made it into the cool club. Director Bryan Poyser has been in the “industry” for 15 plus years slaving over thoughtful dramas that really push your buttons. Bryan was showcasing his latest feature, Lovers of Hate, at the always rowdy Texas Theatre. I was able to sit down with the talented director and discuss his two feature films.