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Dallas International Film Festival

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Dallas International Film Festival Begins

More than 150 films are being shown across 11 days at the Dallas International Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday night.


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Get Up Close With Movies At Dallas Film Festival

The Dallas International Film Festival begins next week, giving DFW movie lovers a chance to see some extraordinary local films and talk to the people who made them.


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Dallas International Film Festival

This year, as in years past, it is the Dallas International Film Festival’s mission to encourage this universal art form by bringing to Dallas quality independent films from around the world and by promoting local filmmakers on an international stage.


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Free Friday – What’s Happening This Weekend

There’s a lot going on this weekend for free.


A promotional photograph from independent film "The Silent Thief." (credit: Jennifer Clary)

Local Filmmaker Previews “The Silent Thief”

The Dallas International Film Festival is underway, and local filmmaker Jennifer Clary is debuting “The Silent Thief” here in her hometown.


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Irving Student Wins Dallas Film Competition

Dillon White from Northlake College in Irving was the grand prize winner in the Dallas International Film Festival’s student film contest.


Musician Paul Simon (L) and director Joe Berlinger attend the "Under African Skies" Official Cast After-Party at The Bing Bar on January 22, 2012 in Park City, Utah.  (Photo by Anna Webber/Getty Images for Bing)

Julie Fisk Reviews “Under African Skies”

This is a documentary about the making of Paul Simon’s “Graceland” in 1986. It was groundbreaking and hugely successful but it apparently landed Paul Simon in hot water.


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Local Filmmaker’s Movie Hits At Core Of Church Abuse

An Arlington filmmaker’s first effort was featured at the Dallas International Film Festival. The feature film was shown Wednesday night at the Angelika Film Center. But, what really has people talking is the topic of the movie — one that is typically viewed as taboo in the local church.


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Student Filmmakers Compete In Dallas Festival

North Texas is rolling out the red carpet for filmmakers, including four local students in the Dallas International Film Festival’s student competition.



Dallas International Film Festival Now Underway

Are you ready for your close up? Cameras will be popping all over the metroplex as the sixth annual Dallas International Film Festival pulls into town tonight.



Preview The 2012 Dallas International Film Festival

After only five years, the Dallas International Film Festival has already established itself as one of the premiere film festivals in the country.


Arts Blog: Excitement For April

This week brings an exciting collaboration between our Dallas Symphony and The Dallas International FIlm Festival. The award winning composer behind many great films like Devil wears Prada and Marley and Me will be in […]