Posts Tagged ‘work’
Here’s a fantastic movie idea: Tropic Thunder takes place on the set of a big-budget Hollywood Vietnam War film also entitled Tropic Thunder.
Pop Art lives again at Milan Gallery. The downtown venue hosts a show of paintings by James Gill, a contemporary of Andy Warhol’s. The San Angelo-based Gill has been in seclusion for several decades, but now he’s pr...
“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, ...
The veterans of the new improv outfit PFFFFT! have something to say.
The expression “Pffft,” under the scrutiny of a Google search, reveals several meanings, including “The sound you make when someone says something really stupid” and “A whole lot of hot air.”
Their acreage in Azle was “stress-free” until the drilling started.
When Mike and Annette Daniel moved to the Reata Estates gated community outside Azle last November, they thought they’d found paradise.
Vampire-boxers, vampires, and non-Hollywood folk duke it out in The Butterfly Connection’s new show.
Give theatergoers a knotty plot to unravel, new ideas to understand, complex issues to mull over, and chances are they’ll enjoy the mental work involved.
A global physics research project is revving up in Europe — with UTA faculty in key roles.
God particles and dark matter may sound more like topics for theological debate than terms of science, but they’re both part of a global collaboration in physics research in which the University of Texas at Arlington is p...
Dump The Bosses Off Your Back (Self-released)
One of the reasons we learn history, teachers tell us, is so that we’re not condemned to repeat it.
These North Texan filmmakers work in Austin, but their hearts remain here.
Transcribing an interview with Jeff Fraley and Harry Lynch proves to be hard work.
From cast to stagehands to music, Fort Worth Opera’s production of Angels in America is nearly immaculate.
Perhaps the best way to describe Fort Worth Opera’s production of Angels in America, composer Peter Eötvös and librettist Mari Mezei’s adaptation of playwright Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize- and Tony-winning...