Posts Tagged ‘festivals’
Visionary Awards are this Thursday from 6-8pm at Artspace 111 (see Thursday).

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 16 There’s plenty of French opera going on at the Fort Worth Opera festival (see sidebar), but if you need an appetizer, the UNT Concert Orchestra is performing excerpts from Berlioz’ The Damnation of Faust, which w...


Among Friday's shows, Fort Worth light-rockers The Oregon Trailers will celebrate the release of their self-titled debut EP.

Friday Fun in the Fort

HEARSAY
Somehow basketball and independent music just seem to go together. The cultural anthropologists among us might point to the fact that more so than the three other major sports, basketball is decidedly minority-centric, and, wel...



The Met’s production of Rusalka broadcast is at 6:30pm at various movie theaters.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 12 Renée Fleming absolutely crushed the national anthem at the Super Bowl, didn’t she? Now you can see the soprano at her day job, so to speak, when she stars in the Met’s production of Rusalka, Dvorák’s opera t...


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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 13 Museum architecture is going to be on everybody’s mind next week (see Tuesday blurb, too), which is why Fort Worth Center for Architecture’s lecture this month is entitled Understanding Museum Architecture — Th...



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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 17 Like his contemporary George Gershwin, Vincent Youmans was a successful Broadway songwriter before his career was cut short — he left show business in 1934, at the age of 36. You can hear his talent for songcraft w...


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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 6 UNT Symphony Orchestra plays this evening with the school’s Concerto Competition winners. Seven pieces of music will be heard in all, including Sibelius’ Violin Concerto and Ravel’s glorious Piano Concerto for t...



Through a Lens, Gladly

JEFF PRINCE
The kiss between the young man and woman was sweet – a friendly peck, really. But it didn’t sound right. Needed more smack. The actors weren’t around anymore; filming had wrapped up months ago, and they’...


The Joint Is Jumpin’

Big Ticket
Spike Lee once behaved like a jackass to one of this paper’s interns, but that doesn’t diminish the artistry of the films made by this unruly, bristling, angry, risk-loving giant of American cinema.



New Visions

Based on the debut last weekend of the Lone Star International Film Festival, good cinematic things are in store for the Fort.
Kultur
One of the best things about the Lone Star International Film Festival, presented by the Lone Star Film Society, is that the festival’s inaugural outing last week was true to the “Lone Star” and “International” portio...


Back from the Celluloid Grave

Kristian Lin
The Fort Worth Film Festival began with such promise. The first movie it screened, on Oct. 23, 1998, was Rushmore, a Texas-made film that would go on to be one of the best-reviewed releases of that year and make the reputations...