Dallas VideoFest DocuFest33: ‘Miracle Fishing’, ‘Herb Alpert Is’, ‘Chuck Berry: King of Rock and Roll’

Embracing and adapting to the change of a world reeling with new social distance protocols, Dallas’ longest running film festival opened last night in a hybrid form, mixing selections that can still be enjoyed with a crowd (via https://www.facebook.com/thetinstartheater) with those that can be streamed in the comfort of one’s own home (through https://www.falconevents.com.) It’s a new frontier for cultural events around the globe, but … Continue reading Dallas VideoFest DocuFest33: ‘Miracle Fishing’, ‘Herb Alpert Is’, ‘Chuck Berry: King of Rock and Roll’

Weathering the Storm: Dallas VideoFest33 Returns This Week

Starved cinema fans, Dallas’ longest running film festival returns to the North Texas area this week, despite challenging times. Like many other recent festivals around the world, Dallas VideoFest will resume as a hybrid event, presenting films in person via the Trinity Groves Tin Star Drive-In and virtual offerings through Falcon Events at https://www.falconevents.com. As it’s done the past couple of years, this event — … Continue reading Weathering the Storm: Dallas VideoFest33 Returns This Week

Festival Files: Dallas VideoFest30, Dispatch #1- ‘Hedy Lamarr’ and ‘Bad Ass Beauty Queen’

In a bit of radical re-programming, Dallas VideoFest, which remains the city’s longest running film event, is championing the idea that should be prevalent at all festivals: it’s the films that matter. Splitting up the event over the course of two months — DocFest now, narrative films in November — this year’s 30th installment has carefully manicured 16 documentary features that will play back-to-back in … Continue reading Festival Files: Dallas VideoFest30, Dispatch #1- ‘Hedy Lamarr’ and ‘Bad Ass Beauty Queen’