Moffie director Oliver Hermanus’ next work premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this week, and it’s equally as powerful and emotionally resonant. Read More
“Other times, when the record ended, and the needle crackled against the wax, the silence would take over. It was deafening.”
The winter air was cool and crisp as Harry and Linda Eaddy walked along the Denton Square. The couple had spent their afternoon watching films…
When it comes to money, women face great big barriers.
Colin Farrell and Jodie Turner-Smith play a couple trying to pick of the pieces of their family's broken heart when their artificial intelligent android abruptly shuts down. What follows is a quietly affecting introspective journey.
The Sundance Film Festival's midnight feature, 'Fresh,' is already a top contender for the year's wildest and best movie. A never-better Sebastian Stan hams it up in this deliciously entertaining feat.
The Denton Black Film Festival puts education first in its mission statement.
"Hello, Sidney." The fifth installment in Ghostface’s series suffers from a duller blade, but a few fun knicks keep it from dropping dead.
It’s a new year, so this column will highlight the books that were favorites checked out from the Denton Public Library during 2021. The wait …
Film editor Hank Corwin (The Big Short, The Tree of Life) on the challenge of navigating the tone of Adam McKay’s latest satire and how it helped him find his own interpretation of God.
Denton resident and writer Val Vera isn’t here to be anyone’s inspiration.
A solid midnighter that subverts expectations with its cat-and-mouse high jinks. Director Randall Okita shares his experience shaping the IFC Midnight release.
Texas filmmakers making personal stories, superheroes aplenty and space trips into the beyond — 2022 movies bring the popcorn and tears.
The best movies of 2021 include singing and dancing in the sand with Jamie Dornan, youth poets sharing their truths, and a Texas suitcase pimp running around and stirring up trouble.
For Denton’s arts scene, 2021 was a year of returns.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest tells the story of two young people (Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman) growing up, running around and falling in love in 1973 San Fernando Valley. The dreamy and excellent film tracks the treacherous navigation of first love.
Don't Look Up and The Lost Daughter close out Netflix's 2021 awards film lineup with a bang.
There's nothing quite like filmmaker Sean Baker delivering a deliciously uncomfortable comedy this holiday season, especially when that film centers on a washed-up porn star on the prowl in Texas. Baker and stars Bree Elrod and Brittney Rodriguez discuss making A24's latest oddity.
In the new Disney+ and National Geographic series, Oscar-nominated actor Will Smith embarks on an adventure around the globe, with his sights set on the lesser-explored regions of planet Earth. He's accompanied by several experts, including Erik Weihenmayer, a professional adventurer and mountaineer with a Guinness World Record. Weihenmayer shares his experience with us.
Film editor Peter Sciberras (‘The King’) and cinematographer Ari Wegner (‘Zola’) discuss subverting the traditional Western to tell a narrative about repressed desire and the duality of intolerance and male toxicity.
Karolyn "Zuzu" Grimes, left, and Jimmy "Tommy" Hawkins are two of about ten surviving cast members of the 'It's a Wonderful Life.' The Frank Capra holiday classic turned 75 this week, and Paramount Home Entertainment has a special anniversary Blu-ray release to celebrate. Stars recall their experience.