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As part of their documentary on Como, Fort Worth filmmakers Betsy and Carl Crum film Brother Barry.

More than One Square Mile

A Self-Storage Saga

Scene 2 for Scenesters

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Thank You for Watching

Few people are able to parlay their passion for movies into a career, and even fewer can pull off a combination of filmmaking and...

Scene 2 for Scenesters

Fort Worth movie fans may well remember The Scenesters as the opening selection of the Lone Star Film Festival last November. Now the movie's...
As part of their documentary on Como, Fort Worth filmmakers Betsy and Carl Crum film Brother Barry.

More than One Square Mile

Growing up in small-town East Texas, Betsy Crum watched a lot of television. And like many who were glued to the tube at an...

Disney Finds Sonny

There are a lot of ways you could describe Searching for Sonny, the debut feature from writer-director and Fort Worth native Andrew Disney. The...

The Best Documentaries of 2017

The types of documentaries that tend to win awards and appear on lists like this one are films that tackle Big Issues: wars, the...

Capturing Katrina

David Redmon might be the most earnest documentary filmmaker around. His subject matter is always edgy, he finances all of his projects himself (to...

Jackie: Camelot’s End

As with any subject that has been plumbed endlessly by journalists and historians as well as artists, a movie about the Kennedys needs a...

Drive Angry, Arianne

North Texas film and TV actress Arianne Martin had a pretty conservative upbringing. She was raised Southern Baptist in Garland, homeschooled for years by...

Best Documentaries of 2015

You may have noticed that I didn’t include any documentaries when I ran my list of 2015’s best movies last week. I’m never sure...

Local Artist Scores River Phoenix’s Last Movie

James Michael Taylor is not “going Hollywood,” as the old saying goes –– he’s much too cantankerous and outspoken for anyplace other than Fort...