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Kristian Lin

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Chris O'Dowd presents Deborah Mailman, Shari Sebbens, Jessica Mauboy, and Miranda Tapsell in "The Sapphires."

Soul Sapphires

Ah, Chris O’Dowd! Whether you loved him in Bridesmaids or detested him on TV’s Girls, you’ve probably been amused by the antics of this...

“Four Lions” and the Boston Marathon Attack

In the wake of the terrorist attack on the Boston Marathon yesterday, officials at the London Marathon (which is the next major event on...

Local Filmmaker Updates

Things are happening for two filmmakers we've profiled before in these pages. For Fort Worth's Chad Feehan, the horror movie he produced, All the...
The Company You Keep opens Friday.

Filml Shorts

OPENING: The Company You Keep (R) Robert Redford directs and stars in this thriller as a former 1960s Weather Underground terrorist who’s forced to run...
Ryan Gosling prepares to rob a bank on his motorcycle in The Place Beyond the Pines.

Beyond the Pines: Fathers and Sons

I hate to agree with the consensus, but sometimes there’s just nowhere else to go. Three years ago, Derek Cianfrance made a magnificent filmmaking...
Chadwick Boseman receives his numbered Brooklyn Dodgers jersey in "42."

42: Mister Robinson

Jackie Robinson’s story was already made into a rather amateurish movie in 1950, with the Dodgers’ infielder and civil rights pioneer portraying himself. It...
"The Place Beyond the Pines" opens Friday in Dallas.

Film Shorts

OPENING: The Place Beyond the Pines (R) This drama written and directed by Derek Cianfrance (Blue Valentine) stars Ryan Gosling as a bank robber on...
British comedy, "People" will be broadcast at 2pm and 7pm at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

Night & Day

WED ▪ 3 Alan Bennett’s play People is about a peculiarly British concern — an aristocratic but financially needy woman must open her manor to...
Stephen Dorff stars as a reluctant hitman in David Jacobson’s thriller.

Florence Nightingale

Lacking much in the way of star power, Tomorrow You’re Gone might well be a mystery to audiences when it opens this Friday in...
The Blaze brothers are still awaiting word on whether they’ve received a scholarship for their first short film, "The Morning’s Cold."

Dual Blazes

Conducting a phone interview with the Blaze brothers turns out to be somewhat difficult. It’s not because 18-year-old Nathan and 17-year-old Jon are reluctant...