Film

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Mar 28 - 10:11am

Photo Credit: Alamo Drafthouse DFW/Hodges Architecture And...action.  Tarrant County is getting its first Alamo Drafthouse.  The movie theater-meets-bar-meets-restaurant announced Wednesday it's bringing a location to North Richland Hills at 8380 Davis Blvd. The location will...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Mar 13 - 4:23pm

Photo from Artists and Chefs Facebook page A Los Angeles-based filmmaker is showcasing the Fort Worth food scene in his upcoming documentary, and he’s looking for locals to feature on camera. Producer Scott Browning will film part of his TV pilot, “A Night of Artists and Chefs,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Feb 26 - 9:24am

by Andrew Van Heusden “Man on Fire,” a film documentary produced by a TCU alumnus, will have its Fort Worth-Dallas region premiere at TCU on March 1. Producer James Chase Sanchez graduated from TCU in 2017 with a Ph.D. in English. His research deals with people and how they approach...

Posted By Shilo Urban on 2018 Feb 19 - 11:05am

Academy Award-nominated producer Michael De Luca is one of the most powerful figures in Hollywood. He’s been nominated for three Oscars for Best Picture (The Social Network, Moneyball, and Captain Phillips). He also produced the 89th Academy Awards last year with Jennifer Todd, and, as we...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Sep 19 - 11:48am

Ron Hall remembers the last words his wife Debbie told him just hours before she died: “Ron, don’t give up on Denver.” “Denver,” being Denver Moore — a homeless man once bent on “killing everybody” until he experienced a change of heart after the...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Dec 1 - 12:25pm

A drama-filled family reunion takes big screens Friday, as Three Days in August, a film shot in Mineral Wells just outside Fort Worth, makes its debut in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The film will premiere exclusively at Studio Movie Grills in the Metroplex, including the Arlington location at...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2016 Oct 18 - 9:42am

| photography by Alex Lepe | Her father was a talented set designer and prop master for films, television and theme parks. She grew up around the film industry and developed an ingrained passion for creative arts and creative people. Today, the instantly likable and focused Jessica Christopherson...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Oct 12 - 10:59am

The Lone Star Film Festival doesn’t start until about a month, but Fort Worth is already feeling the film buzz. The Texas Motion Picture Alliance, a nonprofit media advocacy group based in Austin, announced the recipients of its first annual Impact Awards honoring the work of Texas...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2016 Apr 19 - 1:38pm

In No Letting Go, stage, television and film actress, and singer Cheryl Allison portrays a mother who is desperate to understand and cope with her son’s mental illness. Born in Fort Worth and raised in Dallas, Allison portrays Catherine, a character based on Randi Silverman. Silverman co-...

Posted By Alison Rich on 2014 Jan 23 - 1:04pm

Area movie-producing pair grabs industry award for their Texas-themed indie flick.

These days, it seems like a movie has to have a multi-zillion-dollar budget backed by a big-name studio, a star-encrusted cast of “A-list” actors, props that explode and guns that reload to wrangle any buzz. (And, lest we forget: those not-so flattering 3D glasses you’ve got to...

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