Posts Tagged ‘cinema’
Glories of cinema history come to life in these two films.
This season seems to have brought us a lot of filmmakers reaching into cinema’s distant past for stories. My Week With Marilyn takes its cue from the 1950s, while Hugo goes back to the very beginnings of film, and the upcomin...
If the Lone Star International Film Festival is like Fort Worth’s version of Sundance, Christopher Kelly’s Modern Cinema: Great Movies You Haven’t Heard of … Yet is like our version of Toronto’s film festival, an adva...
The 12th Annual Q Cinema Gay & Lesbian Film Festival boasts half a dozen Southwest premieres including romantic comedies, political documentaries, and dramas about the intersection of religion and homophobia. But the most a...
Rob Williams is not related to the British pop singer Robbie Williams, though some people do confuse the two of them. “I get phone calls for him all the time,” said the TCU graduate who now lives in the Los Angeles ...
“I ask my students about their dreams,” said Greg Mansur, who teaches filmmaking at Texas Christian University. “They think it’s silly at first, but film is like a dream. And when we analyze the dreams, ...
As you read in our cover story last week (“Q’d Up,” May 21), Q Cinema is now celebrating 10 years of existence, having weathered such challenges as recessions, the local gay community’s varying tastes, a...
Fort Worth’s gay film fest turns 10, with angst, accomplishments – and fewer rainbow flags.
Pretend you’re hitting the Netflix web site to rent a movie for the weekend, and these are your only choices: a romantic comedy starring Ashton Kutcher and Patrick Dempsey as star-crossed lovers, an action thriller featur...
The death last week of legendary Swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman triggered a day of mourning for lovers of international cinema.
A man-eating underwater beast unites a family in the wild and wacky The Host.
If I’d known that The Host was opening in Grapevine as well as Dallas last week, I would have reviewed it on time.
The restaurant-and-a-movie concept goes upscale but is still down to earth, produced by Metro Cinema + Indigo Grille.
The restaurant-slash-movie-theater concept hasn’t really taken off here. To sup-and-screen somewhere other than at our beloved Ridgmar Movie Tavern (comfortable, solid neighborhood grill fare), we Tarrant County folk have to ...