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Theater Changes for April 8 & 9

Theater Changes for April 8 & 9

We’ve made a few changes to the screening locations for tonight and tomorrow. Only the theaters change, the screening times remain the same. TUESDAY, APRIL 8 RICH HILL will now screen in Angelika 8 at 7:15 pm. THANK YOU A …

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Filmmaker Interviews from the DIFF Studio, April 7

Filmmaker Interviews from the DIFF Studio, April 7

Filmmakers from PRODUCE, NO NO: A DOCKUMENTARY, THE MAN BEHIND THE MASK and LAMBING SEASON discuss their films with Radar Creative Studios at the 2014 Dallas International Film Festival.

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Today at DIFF: Films, Red Carpets and the return of Spring

Today at DIFF: Films, Red Carpets and the return of Spring

As winter leaves town to fight another day, at DIFF we’re serving up a feast of fantastic films. If music is your thing, try WE FROM DALLAS, director Teddy Cool’s take on the history of Dallas hip-hop. Or maybe you prefer a Hong Kong thriller. In that case, you’ve got FIRESTORM and DOOMSDAY PARTY. With more than 30 shorts, features and documentaries screening today, check the schedule to find your films.

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Filmmaker Interviews from the DIFF Studio, April 6

Filmmaker Interviews from the DIFF Studio, April 6

Filmmakers from A TANGLED TALE, ANNA, DIG, I WAS A TEENAGE GIRL, PRIVATE VIOLENCE, QUEENS & COWBOYS, ROAD TO AUSTIN and ZERO HOUR dropped by to talk about their films with Radar Creative Studio.
Filmmakers from A TANGLED TALE, ANNA, DIG, I WAS A TEENAGE GIRL, PRIVATE VIOLENCE, QUEENS & COWBOYS, ROAD TO AUSTIN and ZERO HOUR dropped by to talk about their films with Radar Creative Studio.

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DIFF 2014 Red Carpet Interviews Day 4

DIFF 2014 Red Carpet Interviews Day 4

On Sunday, filmmakers from THE MAN BEHIND THE MASK, NO NO: A DOCKUMENTARY, QUEENS & COWBOYS and I WAS A TEENAGE GIRL graced the Red Carpet at the Angelika Film Center at Mockingbird Station. Check out our interviews from Selig Polyscope Film News.

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