Dallas IFF: Sunday (4/18) – ‘Casino Jack,’ The Big Wrap-Up!

Ah, the runner stumbles even in film review.  After what had been an almost perfect week of movie choices at the 2010 Dallas International Film Festival, I found myself wondering what had happened in those final moments, as I closed out my experience with one of the biggest (and most surprising) failures of the fest.... Continue Reading →

Dallas IFF: Tuesday (4/13) – ‘Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child’

Director Tamra Davis' early works may have included music videos and films like Billy Madison and Half-Baked, but it turns out her passion project was always nearby, tucked away in a drawer:  a feature-length interview with her friend, artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.  Just months before his death, Davis filmed the painter in a casual setting, talking... Continue Reading →

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