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.
XSR: DIE! at the Eisemann Center thru January 20th and then a run at MCL Grand Theater in Lewisville from January 26th thru January 29th. The Living Black & White™ play revolves around the sleuthing skills (or lack there of) of Kurt Kleinmann’s iconic Harry Hunsacker and his loyal assistant Nigel Grouse (Ben Bryant). We’ll have more about XSR: DIE! in our interview post with Kurt and Director Michael Serrecchia, in the mean time here are some more January must see events to add to your Calendar.
Constantine is returning to Dallas with the lovely Deborah Cox in J & H which last through December 16th. Opening Night is tomorrow! Click through for a few more holiday must-dos and we’ll check in with our favorite theaters.
Kristoffer Diaz highly entertaining and moving play has transformed the Wyly Theater into a rowdy Wrestling (or ‘Rasling as my former Sports Broadcasting professor used to call it – Bill Mercer you rule!) Ring. Click through for more info on the wonderful play, a few film festivals, Eddie Vedder and some more awesome things happening in November.
Why does money matter more than life? That is the question I was left with after watching, Doctored. A moving documentary that looks to educate and expose the medical monopoly that now plagues our country. I talked with Director Bobby Sheehan about his film and what we can do to change our corrupt system.
For our September Calender Must-See list we decided to concentrate on Films and that includes the awesome Dallas VideoFest and much more. Click thru as we check in with the Angelikas, Texas Theatre, TIFN, and even the Dallas Institute. O and we’ll also talk about one major Broadway play, because Steven Spielberg already has made a movie about it. Lights, Camera, action and all that.
Michael York said it best, “You can LIVE!”. You can also see the DFW shot Logan’s Run at the Dallas Museum of Art and truly feel alive. For other reasons to enjoy the rest of your summer and do it by living it up, click thru.
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.