A new movie out Friday takes place on a summer day in 1989, following the first date between Barack Obama and his future wife, Michelle.
A new film festival highlighting movies made by female filmmakers will play in Dallas this weekend. This week, we talk with Justina Walford, founder of the Women in Texas Film Festival, about her mission to shatter some stereotypes about the kinds of movies women can make.
Reviews for Disney’s “Pete’s Dragon” are overwhelmingly positive – the Associated Press calls it “one of the best of the year.” Much of the credit goes to Dallas’ David Lowery, who directed the movie. This week, we talk with him about making his first film for a major studio.
A North Texas company called Funimation handles a significant amount of the English dubbing of Japanese anime. And that provides a lot of work for local voice actors. This week, we talk with Bryn Apprill, a Plano actress, about finding a cartoon character’s voice. Apprill will take part in a discussion about all things anime on Saturday after an 11 a.m. screening of "The Boy and The Beast" at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.