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Wizard of Odd

Kultur
Arlington-based filmmaker Frank Mosley remembers the first movie he ever acted in. It wasn’t directed by him. His father ran the camcorder for a one-boy version of The Wizard of Oz in which the 4-year-old Mosley played al...


Fangs for the Memories

COLE WILLIAMS
**ONLINE EXCLUSIVE** The fourth annual Texas Frightmare Weekend, um, killed at the Sheraton Grand Hotel-DFW the weekend of May 2. There were special guests, like filmmaker Tobe Hooper (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and actress Linda...



Woman on the Block

Kultur
Ever since Fort Worth Opera switched to a festival format instead of a conventional season, the troupe’s strategy has been to stage two traditional repertory operas and one contemporary opera at the same time. It’s ...


Nod and Smile

Gallery
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s Teen Artist Project is an educational program that pairs handpicked local high-school students with professional artists for mentoring. The resulting work by 17 students in the progra...



Out of the Fire

Kultur
Give humble thanks if you find yourself at the old Tarrant County Courthouse looking at a painting that depicts the long-gone Texas Spring Palace. Plenty of passionate detective work and unheralded effort will have gone into re...


Gallery

Gallery
The “Oculi” in the title of John Holt Smith’s show at William Campbell comes from his abstract paint renderings of photos of human eyes.



Gallery

Kultur
It’s time the Gallery featurette showed some love to our readers out in Weatherford. Through the end of April, you can see the new exhibit at Doss Heritage and Cultural Center with pictures by eight photographers chronicl...


Bonnie and Clyde Anew

JIMMY FOWLER
If Arthur Penn’s 1967 crime thriller Bonnie and Clyde strikes you as flimsy and overstylized despite its hallowed place in American pop cinema, wait until you read Jeff Guinn’s doggedly researched, compulsively read...



Know Fear

Kultur
When the planners at the Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival found they needed a program director and coordinator for the 2009 edition of their Fearless Film Festival, which showcases movies of 20 minutes or less, they turned to ...


Gallery

Gallery
You’ll feel like an archeologist at the Gallery at UTA’s show, which features prints by the Uruguayan-born artist Rimer Cardillo that mimic artifacts, as a way of addressing human impact on the environment.