Fifty years ago this summer, one of the most influential art-house films ever was released: Ingmar Bergman’s “Persona.” The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth will show “Persona” on Tuesday, and so this week we have a conversation about its enduring influence on the world of movies
The Oak Cliff Film Festival begins its four-day run tonight at the Texas Theatre and other venues in the neighborhood. It’s the fifth installment of the annual event, and this week we get a preview from two of its programmers, Barak Epstein and Jason Reimer.
"Raiders of the Lost Ark" hit movie theaters 35 years ago this week. Indiana Jones and his trusty bullwhip captured the imagination of kids – including a group of super fans who began an ambitious project that summer. This week, we talk about a documentary that looks at their quest to remake their favorite movie using a video camera and lots of ingenuity. On Tuesday, the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson will show the fan film and the documentary "Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made."
“Howl’s Moving Castle,” “My Neighbor Totoro" and “Spirited Away” are all classics of Japanese animation. And they were all made by the same production company – Tokyo’s Studio Ghibli. This week, our Big Screen team talks with an anime expert about the legendary studio ahead of a summer-long screening series of its films.