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Crazy-Ex Girlfriend: Genius in Bloom

I parcel out my TV viewing hours carefully, since, as this paper’s film critic, I spend so much of my time on movies. We...

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...

Analog Imagery

Not too long ago, a professional wedding photographer walked into Don’s Used Photo Equipment, a hole-in-the-wall camera store in Dallas’ Design District, after having...

Jimmy Buffet: A Howlin’ Good Time

I won’t go as far as to say that last night’s Jimmy Buffet concert at Coyote Drive-In was the best concert of the year....

Partying with Ed Harris at USA Film Festival

Last Sunday’s screening of Frontera at the 2014 USA Film Festival in Dallas was a candid glimpse into a great film and the world...

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...

Best Of Culture 2014

Solo Dance Performance (Female) Critic’s choice: Carolyn Judson Judson continues to blossom into one of Texas Ballet Theater’s leading ballerinas, giving memorable opening-night performances as Juliet...
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...

Tracking Ghostbreakers

Fort Worth filmmaker Benjamin Wilbanks, 33, calls himself “a Spielberg baby” –– Wilbanks’ childhood in Cleburne was steeped in blockbuster movies like Raiders of...

Bail Out at Tony’s

If you would have strolled into Tony’s Pizza, Pasta & Subs last week, you probably would have backed out calmly. That’s because a UTA...