Posts Tagged ‘Sundance Square’
CHAD MATHEWS AND ED BASS. (photos by Jeff Prince)

Lone Star Film Festival Calls It A Wrap

Jeff Prince
Mister Sundance Square seemed to be everywhere at the just completed four-day Fort Worth Film Festival. Downtown developer Ed Bass was particularly easy to spot on Saturday. Thin, immaculately dressed as always, and sporting a ...

JOANNA KERNS. (photos by Jeff Prince)

Bill Paxton, Joanna Kerns, Malcolm McDowell Offer Hollywood Survival Tips

Jeff Prince
Three famous actors gave similar advice when asked what they would say to fledgling thespians seeking a career in film, TV, and theater. Don’t do it. It’s a trick answer. Those with doubts might take the advice and ...


Windsor Among Movies Slated For Lone Star Film Festival

Jeff Prince
“Folks around here deserve the chance to see Windsor, and the film society can make that happen.” — A line from this recent Static article in Fort Worth Weekly, encouraging the Lone Star Film Festival to inclu...


Lone Star Film Festival On Track

Jeff Prince
Despite a surprising and last-minute administrative turnover, the Lone Star Film Festival appears to be on pace for its November event. No announcement has been made about which movies will be shown, but that’s coming in ...


Morning News Roundup, Sep 11

Jeff Prince
Dallas Cowboys Victorious They haven’t played their first game and the Dallas Cowboys are already big winners this season. The team’s elegant and inspiring blue star is the best damned logo in all of professional footba...

Kristen Bond and Ebony Marshall-Oliver star in The Color Purple at Jubilee Theatre.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 22 - If you have a daughter under the age of 13, she’s probably already dragging you to the Sundance Square screening of Frozen. If you don’t, this outdoor showing of the animated musical and its wintry setting will pro...

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Morning News Roundup, Jun 29

Jeff Prince
We’re So Two-Dimensional This three-dimensional world we live in might really be flat but we’re living in a hologram that makes it look 3-D to us. It’s simple physics. You didn’t know that? What Is Fort Worth’s Id...

Jorge Marín’s “Angel Perselidas”


Fort Worth Weekly
Among the latest uses for the new Sundance Square is as an outdoor sculpture garden. All summer, the city will feature Wings of the City, a collection of nine large-scale bronze sculptures by Mexican artist Jorge Marín. Decide...

A hot stone bowl and cold sake are calling from HoYA. Photo by Lee Chastain.

Seoul Food

HoYA Korean Kitchen is a tasty, inexpensive entrée into this scarce cuisine.
Laurie Barker James
HoYA Korean Kitchen sits in the Sundance Square space that once housed a chain shop where hurried diners could customize their subs with veggies and condiments. A similar concept applies to Korean food. HoYA’s menu mostly rev...

"Into the niiiiiiiiight!"

South-by’s Complete Only When …

OK, South by Southwest. You’ve made your point. We get it. I’m an ass. I never should have ragged on you in the mid-aughts for booking Complete two years in a row, arguing that the infamous Fort Worth heavy metal trio that...