The fun folks have either gone home or are no on their way home. For 11 strong days the
Dallas IFF enlightened, entertained, and endeared itself into a hungry film community. Over the next few weeks PSD will share with you some of the wonderful memories of the full film festival. We start tonight by checking out Closing Night at the Texas Theatre.
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Tagged 3rd Row 5th Seat, Aaron Carolina, ABC, After The Dark, Akron Watson, Alex Dawson, Alfred Hitchcock, Amelia Mickelson, Anne Buford, Austin Film Festival, Basil Tsiokos, Berndt Mader, Beth Spitalny, Blake Calhoun, Blazing Saddles, Booker T. Washington, Brotherhood, Burton Gilliam, Cam Nelson, Caryl Shiell, Chase Ryan Jeffery, Chase Whale, Christian Vasquez, Christopher Jarvis, Clay Jeter, Clay Liford, Climate Refugees, DALLAS IFF 2011, Dallas Morning News, Damian Nenow, Dan Bower, Darragh Byrne, Dave Boyle, David Gill Jr., Dogtown and Z-Boys, Dylan Voisard, Elevate, Embrey Family Foundation, Ezra Venatos, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Five Time Champion, Fletch, Gail Cronauer, Garland High School, Goh Nakamura, Green Crayons, Greg Gricus, Honeymoon In Vegas, I Want To Make You Happy, If A Tree Falls: A Story Of The Earth Liberation Front, IndieWIRE, Jake Johnston, Jeffrey Rivas, Jerome Sable, Jess + Moss, Johnny Ma, Joule, Julie White, Kassidy Testut, Kate French, Katherine Yarbrough, Kazik Radwanski, Kim Yutani, Kimberly Matula, Lake Bell, Lee Harvey Oswald, Looking Out For Texas, Marc Stephens, Marshall Curry, Meredith Stephens, Michael Nash, MPS Studios, Nik Pavlov, Olivia Pich, Oscar Nunez, Paper Moon, Parked, Paths of Hate, Patrick Perkins, Philip Wuntch, Queen Kill-A-Watt, RC Buford, Reel FX Entertainment, Rhino Films, Richardson High School, Rob Ganger, Robert Kirbyson, Rocky Powell, Ryan Silbert, Silver Heart, Snowmen, Spencer Kenney, Spilt Milk, Stafford Parish, Stephen Nemeth, Sue Rock, Sundance Film Festival, Surrogate Valentine, Texas Filmmaker Award, Texas Theatre, The Aftermath, The Art Institute of Dallas, The Birds Upstairs, The Language of A Broken Heart, The Legend of Beaver Dam, The Robbery, Tim Skousen, Topaz Adizes, Troy Stuckey, TXU Energy Light Up the Red Carpet Student Film Contest, Univeristy of North Texas, University of Texas at Arlington, Why Do Fools Fall In Love, Wild Horse Wild Ride, Will Canon, William Naley, Worst Enemy, Wuss, Zephyr, Zero Percent |
PSD caught up with Producer
Carolyn Hodge and Director/Writer/Actor Justin D. Hilliard just off the Red Carpet on Sunday.
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Tagged Arianne Martin, Carolyn Hodge, Clay Liford, DALLAS IFF 2011, Geoff McGee, George Wada, Justin D. Hilliard, Neal, Wuss |
Tonight is opening night for
The DALLAS IFF. Instead of giving a favorites list or highlighting any particular film, I thought it would be helpful to give a full festival experience guide. What do I mean, well click the jump and see…
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Tagged 13 Assassins, AMC North Park, Angelika Film Center, Artist-in-Residence, At&T Performing Arts Center, Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey, Berndt Mader, Clay Liford, Colm Meaney, DALLAS IFF 2011, Daniel Vega Videl, Darragh Byrne, Dennis Quaid, Diego Vega Videl, Euforia Live, Farah White, Five Time Champion, Gil Cates Jr, Henry Corra, Kevin Clash, Kriv Stenders, Lucky, Magnolia Theater, Margot And Bill Winspear Opera House, Milka Ahlrothas, Miranda July, Nasher Sculpture Center, Nate Rubin, October, Parked, Rachel Shepherd, Red Dog, Rolando Diaz, Sean McNamara, Snowmen, Soul Surfer, Takashi Miike, The Disappearance of Mckinley Nolan, The Future, The Muppet Movie, The Perfect Game, TRAVELING, Wuss |
MPS Studios is back again as sponsors of the highly touted Texas Competition at the Dallas IFF 2011.
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Tagged Apart, DALLAS IFF 2011, Director Aaron Rottinghaus, Director Berndt Mader, Director Clay Liford, Director Eric Hueber, Director Patrick Tourville, Director Rachel Shepherd, Director Tanner Beard, Five Time Champion, Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy, MPS Studios, OK BUCKAROOS, Rainbows End, Texas Competition, Texas Filmmaker Award, TRAVELING, Wuss |
Straight outta Euless. Director
Geoff McGee is gearing up for a trip down south to the Capital with his short film Neal. The talented young filmmaker discussed his kick ass DP, what under water shooting is like, and what’s it like to film your sister.
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Tagged 24 Hour Movie Race, Bart Weiss, Beautiful Exposure, Brandon Torres, Clay Liford, Euless, Geoff McGee, Losing Faith, Neal, Ryan Harper Gray, SXSW 2011, Tarrant County College, Teresa Valenza, Wuss |