The President and CEO was kind enough to give us the full-breakdown of the Dallas International Film Festival and so much more. PSD wanted to help give our own breakdown of this year’s fantastic looking festival. Click thru for more video interviews with filmmakers and The must-see elements of the festival.
“Emmy nominated filmmakers, PBS executives, national media and key leadership for several extraordinary non-profit organizations will come together for a three-part discussion about Human Rights with a focus on the Global Clean Water Crisis at the Hilton Anatole.”
PSD was able to chat with two of the organizers of this wonderful event, Michael Cain and Melina McKinnon. Click through for our discussion as well as more information about the FilmMatters 2012 event.
DIFF 2012 welcomed a huge group of talent and crew for the 25th Anniversary Screening of Robocop at the Texas Theatre. Yep, that is James Faust aka RoboFaust! Click thru for our wonderfully fun interview with Robocop himself, Peter “Cool” Weller.
Here is our final look at the wonderful Art of Film 2011 which honored John Lithgow with the DALLAS Star Award at the majestic Hall of State in Fair Park. Click thru for photos from the red carpet, audio clips from the Conversation with Elvis Mitchell and a nice video of Peter Weller talking about RoboCop !!
Hey Film-makers of the world make sure to get your films ready because the DALLAS IFF is now open to entries. Sarah and the rest of the stellar Dallas Film Society Staff are prepping for another grand festival and they need your entries to figure it all out. Don’t by Shy, YOU ARE A FILM MAKER!!!
This year’s sponsor Caddy, had a commercial that talked about re-inventing the blue blooded look. I’m not sure if Dallas IFF 2011 did that, but it sure was a wild ride. Take a peak at Dallas IFF 2011 with PSD’s photographer Derrick Williams and his adventure along the Red Carpet.
I’ve always thought the saying ‘odds and ends’ meant remnants or miscellaneous items. This definition seems better though, – The first official odds and ends were found in lumberyards—odds were pieces of board split irregularly by the sawmill, ends were pieces trimmed from boards that were cut to specific lengths.