"Caterpillar," Liza Mandelup’s recent documentary, unearths the humanity in cosmetic surgery.
"Deadland," which premiered at SXSW, is a surreal father-son migration movie that will linger with you.
In between a trip to Scotland, Local Hero lets viewers glimpse a bygone Bayou City of 40 years ago.
An environmental film festival spotlights a Central Texas land trust’s effort to bring back endangered species.
The nationwide dine-in cinema chain remains popular despite accusations of union busting and allegations of sexual assault.
With over 100 film credits, Dana Lee loves playing father figures. See him in "Dealing with Dad" at the upcoming 45th Asian Film Festival of Dallas.
A new documentary, The Phantom, explores the case of Carlos DeLuna and bolsters the disturbingly convincing case that Texas executed the wrong man.
A quintessentially American, and Texan, film genre, the Western has mistold Texas history since its beginnings.
‘Through the Plexi-Glass’ inadvertently portrays the Austin-based hotelier as insensitive and voyeuristic.
"News of the World" unsuccessfully tries to redeem the Western at its most harmful.