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GOOD PEOPLE premiere

  Set against a backdrop of hurricane devastation and apocalyptic fear, Good People Go to Hell, Saved People Go to Heaven penetrates the complex world of evangelical End Times culture. The film follows a cross-carrying fundamentalist preacher, an impassioned youth choir leader and her family, and a compelling array […]

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New 3-D camera

looks pretty fantastic

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Opportunity for Visual Artist

Do you know about Race Forward's grant opportunity for visual artists to be featured at  A National Conference this November in Dallas? Facing Race is the largest multiracial, inter-generational and unique collaborative gathering space for racial justice movement making, organizers, educators, creatives and other leaders. Submit your […]

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Best of Big D 2014

 Congratulations to our friends at Dallas Chamber Symphony D Magazine’s Best of Big D 2014 for "Best Way to Watch a Silent Film".

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Experimental Film on Kickstarter

  A MORNING LIGHT by Ian Clark A MORNING LIGHT is a stark, feature-length portrait about extraterrestrial visitation—starring Zach Weintraub and Celia Rowlson-Hall.

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Dallas Premiere of GOOD PEOPLE GO TO HELL

Monday, August 4, 2014 7:30 PM   Studio Movie Grill Spring Valley 3933 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, TX (edit map) "Probing… remarkably evenhanded."— Art Knoxville Join us for the Dallas premiere of the acclaimed documentaryGood People Go to Hell, Saved People Go to Heaven. Good People captures both the triumphs and the […]

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Big D Mobile Phone Fest 2014

This year’s Dallas VideoFest 27 screening program features shorts shot on a mobile phone. Big D Mobile Phone Fest 2014 curated by the VAD and Tomorrows World Video Screening Committee RULE 1 Shoot your short film entirely on any smartphone that shoot HD video. RULE 2 The short film MUST be […]

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THE SEPIA SCREEN

This Sunday, Austin Film Society will have their first screening in a new series: The Sepia Screen. The series will put a spotlight on 35mm "race" films of the '40s and '50s from the Jones Film and Video Collection at Southern Methodist University.

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The Faces of the Ghetto

  Mamele screens at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Angelika Film Center, 5321 E. Mockingbird Lane inside Mockingbird Station, Dallas. $10, with discounts. 214-769-7047 Read Michael Granberry's article about it in the Dallas Morning News Live Guide Visit the Dallas Holocaust Museum  to see the exhibit The Faces […]

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Stage Four: A Love Story

  Stage Four: A Love Story   Benjamin StegerLeft Field, at Dallas VideoFest a few years ago. I'm currently finishing up a new documentary and am trying to spread the word about its Indiegogo campaign.

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