Dallas VideoFest

Bart Weiss Looks Back at 35 Years of Dallas VideoFest, Before Its Last Hurrah This Fall

by | Jul 22, 2021
When he launched his first VideoFest in 1986, fuzzy low-res videos required huge shoulder-mounted cameras. Today you can slip a movie studio in your pocket. Weiss has championed video arts for the whole long, crazy ride.
Dallas VideoFest Will Recreate the Festival Experience This Weekend—Virtually
by | Apr 2, 2020
Dallas VideoFest's AltFiction will be held from April 2-5 online. Make sure to tune in—much like a traditional festival, films will only be shown live once.
Dallas VideoFest’s AltFiction Winners and Next Season’s $10K Grant
by | Mar 21, 2019
VideoFest calls itself the oldest and largest video festival in the U.S. Its AltFiction Fest celebrates filmmakers who create movies, television shows, and web content. 
Dallas VideoFest’s Docufest Running Through the Weekend
by | Oct 11, 2018
Don't miss out: Dozens of documentaries will be hitting Dallas this weekend.
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Dallas VideoFest Wrapping 30th Year With Alternative Fiction

by | Nov 1, 2017
The AltFiction Fest starting Thursday dedicates four days to highlight ways of telling stories on large screens and small.
Dallas VideoFest Returns for Year 30 With a Twist
by | Aug 4, 2017
The festival will screen five separate times at locations including the Texas Theatre, KERA public television, and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.