Posts Tagged ‘Texas Theatre’

AFS Grants to Support North Texas Filmmakers, EECU Scholarship Recipients

Posted by Lance Murray


Austin Film Society and Oak Cliff Film Festival have announced that the society will administer a new cash grant of $30,000 for filmmakers who live in Dallas-Fort Worth as part of the

Dallas Artist/Maker Creates ‘a Little Bit of Magic’ With Her Shamstones

Posted by Jewels Clark

Dallas Innovates Q+A (Images: Istockphoto)From printmaking and sculpture to photography and installation art, Shamsy Roomiani is an artist of many talents. 

But, it’s her glowing Shamstones that have garnered the most attention and made Shamsy feel that she’s come into her own. 

The one-of-a-kind …

Wild Texas Film Tour Showcases State’s Beauty

Posted by Amy Wolff Sorter

There’s more to the state of Texas than large buildings, oil wells and highways — much more  and a short-film tour hitting 11 cities in the Lone Star state aims to show natural wonders outside the state’s urban centers.

The …

Dallas Film Festival Features African Stories ‘In Their Words’

Posted by Chloe Bennett

A summer film festival is bringing authentic African stories to Dallas in the hopes to change the narrative of African culture in the Western world.

With submissions from local and international independent filmmakers, The African Film Festival, which runs …

Projectors Ready to Shine For Oak Cliff Film Festival’s 6th Run

Posted by Amy Wolff Sorter

You can almost smell the popcorn and taste the cool drink. Beginning Thursday, the Oak Cliff Film Festival will draw independent film lovers to theater seats in the historic Dallas neighborhood.

But films aren’t the only attraction — there will …

On Tap: Hip Hop Nutcracker, Mod NYE, & Streaming Lights at Reunion Tower

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

Editor’s Picks of events for Dec. 22 – Jan. 4.

Thursday, Dec. 22

LONESTAR TAPS & CAPS POPUP DINNER WEEK — 7 p.m. at 4740 TX-121, Suite 500, in Lewisville. Lone Star Taps & Caps is celebrating the holidays with …

3 Things: Festival Introduces Women-centric Films

Posted by Julia Falcon

Fourteen companies in DFW have been ranked among the 500 fastest growing in the country, UTA is furthering research in renewable energies by teaming up with other countries, and a new film festival will be showcasing films all created by

Editor’s Picks: Calendar Aug. 18-25

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

From festivals celebrating women film creators and internet cat videos to events designed to boost coding or WordPress skills, there’s a plethora of offerings to choose from in the next week.