Articles tagged: Texas film
The 19-year-old Austin actor and organizer on biracial identity and why she thinks female characters should start building power.
As Emma Galbraith sees it, all teen movies are about being in between. Starring as the titular “inbetween girl” in a new independent film shot in Galveston ...Read More
"Giant" was meant to confront certain ugly implications about Texas, chiefly that it is perpetually big, bigoted and booming.
In 1956, America was ascendant, and Texas was America. Eleven years after the end of World War II, the greasy machinery of capitalism had conquered the country ...Read More
Independent writer/director Andrew Bujalski's newest film, "Results," follows a modern-day love triangle of three imperfect people grasping not just for romance...Read More
In their newest film, Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter Austin filmmakers David and Nathan Zellner tell the tragic story of a troubled woman who mistakes the...Read More
Filmmaker Bob Byington’s white, male, shaggy-headed hipsters live to provoke....Read More
Austin filmmakers who were outsiders 20 years ago are now insiders who have forced the world to adapt to them....Read More
A new documentary about The Gourds, explains how a fledgling Austin band hit the virtual big-time via the file-sharing of a larkish cover song....Read More