When the calendar turns to June, the action on movie screens heats up. This week, we talk about a pair of high-brow directors who should be making big splashes this summer.
John Coltrane is arguably the most revered saxophone player who ever lived. A new documentary called "Chasing Trane" looks at the jazz innovator’s short but inspired life. This week, we talk about the film with Brad Leali, who teaches jazz saxophone at the University of North Texas.
Chris Burden was a performance artist and sculptor whose work questioned the very nature of art. A new documentary about Burden opens this weekend at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and this week we talk about the artist’s significance with a curator from the Dallas Museum of Art - which has a Burden sculpture in its collection.
In the 1980s, Jeremiah Tower was one of the most famous chefs in America and helped create today’s celebrity chef culture. A new film explores his pioneering approach to food that still resonates in restaurants today. This week, we talk about "Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent" with Leslie Brenner, restaurant critic for The Dallas Morning News.