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Faith of Force

The Kessel Run

Stained Class

For Film’s Sake

The Austin Biennial

Kultur

Kultur

Big Shoe

It was touch and go for a while, but Texas Ballet Theater finally came up with enough money to open its season last week,...

Horizons

Nature is hot. In September, the New Museum in New York City opened After Nature, a group show that gathered post-apocalyptic works in various...

Losing, Lost Gems

As mannered Britons dump garbage all over gallery floors under the auspices of creating "art," and brash young Americans simply Xerox their favorite photos...
Some of the broad comic performances and situations reflect racial stereotypes that 21st-century movie audiences may find grating.

The Joint Is Jumpin’

In 1983, veteran Fort Worth journalist and movie historian Michael H. Price — then a film critic for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram — received...

For the Love of the Game

Sports isn’t a groovy kind of love. It’s a passionate, scream-at-your-partner, declare-your-undying-affection-10-seconds-later, sacrifice-your-dignity-for-a-moment-of-pure-ecstasy sort of love. Basketballer Michael Jordan famously had a “love of...

Early Texas Art

Ain't it sad how art becomes more beautiful over time, even with crackling and soiling, while humans just get ... old. Bald heads and...

Moving Pictures

Philip Haas has based most of his films on odd works of fiction -- the Oscar-nominated Angels and Insects came from A.S. Byatt's novella...

A Lonesome Dove and a Yalid

Filmmaker David H. Hickey is an oddity in these parts — he generally avoids making movies about dead teenagers. Sure, as an actor, he’s open...