Before we jump into the wonderfully inventive mind of young talent Terence Nance, how about we look at some other movie releases this weekend. Click thru for all the greatness.
Posted in Death, Film, Interview |
Tagged An Oversimplification of Her Beauty, Benedict Cumberbatch, Black Rock, Chris Evans, Great Gatsby, Iron Man 3, Jacob Lofland, Jay Z, Jeff Nichols, JJ Abrahms, John Ventimiglia, Kate Azleton, Least Among Saints, Mark Duplass, Matthew McConaughey, May Movies, Michael Shannon, MUD, Ray Liotta, Richard Kuklinski, Robert Davi, Star Trek: Into The Darkness, Terence Nance, The Iceman, Tye Sheridan, Winona Ryder |
Citizen Twain himself just completed his run here in Dallas and it was a funny thoughtful and yet utterly brazen one man show. Val was kind enough to venture to the Dallas International Film Festival awards show to give a STAR Award to William Friedkin. A big closing moment for the festival and it inspired us to make a look back piece. Click thru for a breakdown of the award winners from DIFF 2013 as well as our Top 5 Films, Interviews and Moments from the festival.
Posted in Comedy, Dallas, DIFF 2013, Film, Interview |
Tagged 42, A Teacher, Black Metal, Bryan Poyser, Calvin Lee Reeder, Chasing Shakespeare, Citizen Twain, Clay Liford, Danny Glover, DIFF 2013, Drug Wars, Exorcist, Family Day, Farah White, Gabriel Basso, God Loves Uganda, Good Night, Good Ol' Freda, Hannah Fidell, Head over Heels, Jackie Robinson, Jacob Lofland, Jeff Nichols, Jeremy Scahill, Klyde Warren Park, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Matthew McConaughey, MUD, Nate Rubin, Pit Stop, Rising From The Ashes, Roger Ross Williams, Sharon Robinson, Sherry Lansing, Slash, Steven Walters, The Beatles, The Bounceback, The Crash Reel, The Crow Collection of Asian Art, The Dirties, The First Hope, The Kings of Summer, Tomlinson Hill, TXU Energy, Tye Sheridan, Val Kilmer, William Friedkin, Yen Tan |
Click through for DIFF 2013 opening night/weekend pictures, interviews and reviews.
Posted in Books, Comedy, Dallas, DIFF 2013, Film, Funny, Interview |
Tagged Benjamin Fuqua, Bounty Killer, Bryan Poyser, Buck Wild, Calvin Lee Reeder, Chris Walker, Christian Pitre, Clay Liford, Deepa Meeta, DIFF 2013, Dirty Wars, Doug Mankoff, Ed Harris, Eric Hueber, Farah White, Harry Potter, Hutch, Jacob Lofland, January Jones, Jason Isaac's, Jeff Nichols, Jeremi Mattern, Jeremy Scahill, Kon-Tiki, Lee Papert, Logan & Noah Miller, LOOK Cinemas, Marc Menchaca, Matthew McConaughey, Megan Gilbride, Midnight's Children, MUD, Nate Rubin, Pit Stop, Reese Witherspoon, Richard C. Jones, Rick Rowley, Robert Longstreet, Salman Rushdie, Sam Shepard, San Antonio, Sanitarium, Sarah Paulson, Selig Film News, Slash, Stacker, Stephen Root, Steven Walters, Sweetwater, The Bounceback, The Rambler, This Is Where We Live, Thor Heyerdahl, Trace Sheehan, Tye Sheridan, Yen Tan, Zombies |
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.
Posted in Dallas, Death, Film, Interview, UNT |
Tagged Dallas, Emile Hirsch, Film Ratings Board, Frailty, French Connection, Gina Gershon, Juno Temple, Killer Joe, Matthew McConaughey, MPAA, NC-17, Texas, Thomas Haden Church, Tracey Letts, William Friedkin |