Pros and Cons held its Red Carpet Premiere at Lakewood Theater on Sunday May 20th. Here are our interviews with the cast and crew of this Dallas made raucous comedy.
Posted in Comedy, Dallas, Film, Sports |
Tagged Bryan Pitts, Earl Browning III, George Wada, Greyson Moore, Lakewood Theater, Lance Eakright, Leslie Snyder, Pros and Cons, Scott Ross, Stacey Cunningham, Tim Taylor |
We check in with
DIFF 2012 North Texas Style. Raspberry Jam, Kissed By the Devil and Wolf are all showcased, click through the link.
The Red Haired Stranger and T-Bone took over
McDavid Studio last night at the 2011 LSIFF’s Stephen Bruton Award presentation. Click thru for more photos with Willie and two Opening Night Red Carpet Video Interviews with Actor Nick Krause of The Descendants and the team behind Searching for Sonny.
Posted in Film, Interview, Pearl Snap Friday |
Tagged Alexander Payne, Andrew Disney, Clarke Peters, George Clooney, George Wada, Greg Beauchamp, Lone Star International Film Festival 2011, McDavid Studios, Melonie Diaz, Nick Krause, Red Sanders, Searching For Sonny, Stephen Bruton Award, T-Bone Burnett, The Wire, Willie Nelson |
Last night kicked off the 5th annual
LSIFF with the amazing new Alexander Payne film, starring The Descendants George Clooney. Click thru for our Video Interviews with LSIFF Director Alec Jhangiani (above with the “ ” Bear), New Director of Programming Kelly Williams, and the lovable Director/Writer/Producer Searching for Sonny Tom Huckabee and a few more fun photos!!
Posted in Film, Interview |
Tagged Alec Jhangiani, Alexander Payne, Andrew Disney, George Clooney, George Wada, Jared Scheib, Kelly Williams, Lone Star International Film Festival 2011, Montel Williams, Nick Krause, Searching For Sonny, The Descendants, The Mayor, Tom Huckabee |
‘ Writer/Director Her Wilderness Frank Mosley and Actors Crystal Pate and John Elliott chatted with PSD about the upcoming film. Click through to check out the video interview held at the beautiful Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
The Dallas Video Fest kicks off tomorrow evening at the Texas Theater. Here is our video roundtable chat with Director Cameron Nelson and Actors Frank Mosley and Jodie Moore of Dallas Video Fest selections and In Kind . New Animal
Posted in Dallas, Film, Interview, Trailers |
Tagged Bart Weiss, Benjamin Marc Howell, Cameron Nelson, Dallas Video Fest 24, Daniel Laabs, Frank Mosley, George Wada, In Kind, Jessica Nelson, Jodie Moore, New Animal, Rambos Rainbos Productions, Raquel Chapa, Rebekah Kennedy, Texas Theatre |
Writer/Director Frank Mosley’s upcoming feature film Hot/Cold is starting to come together nicely. PSD was able to sit down with Frank and two of his lovely lead ladies, Lauren McCune and Morgana Shaw. Click through for the video interview!
Easily one of the most powerful films you’ll see in 2011. Justin Chadwick and his tremendous team have created a truly moving film that showcases how it’s never to late to try something new. Here is the Roundtable discussion Director Justin Chadwick had about his film,
The First Grader.
Posted in Dallas, Film, Interview |
Tagged Ann Peacock, BBC, Director Justin Chadwick, England, George Wada, Kelly Kitchens, Kenya, Maruge, National Geographic, Oliver Litondo, The First Grader |
Photo by Derrick Terrell Williams.
This past weekend at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Irving Robert Englund took part in a Texas Frightmare Weekend Q & A. It’s Friday Night and here is Freddy Krueger!!!
Posted in Dallas, Film, Interview, Pearl Snap Friday |
Tagged Derrick Terrell Williams, Freddy Krueger, George Wada, John Wildman, Nightmare on Elm Street, Robert Englund, Shelly Long, Sheraton Grand Hotel, Texas Frightmar, V |
This past weekend at
2011 Texas Frightmare Weekend PSD chatted with Bob Ivy about stunts, working with Director Don Coscarelli, and how darn Elvis ruined his soul-sucking plans. Check out our Exclusive with the 20-year veteran of Movie and TV stunt work.
Posted in Dallas, Film, Interview, Television |
Tagged Bob Ivy, Bubba Ho-Tep, Don Coscarelli, Dukes of Hazzard, Elvis, George Wada, JFK, Loyd Cryer, Matlock, Nash Bridges, Phantasm, Sheraton Grand Hotel, Stuntman, Stunts, Texas Frightmare Weekend |