Your last chance to catch up with four limited theatrical engagements before they leave town.
Guillermo del Toro produced and co-wrote a new version of a television movie that haunted him as a child.
A high-caliber trio of films, featuring a fantastic sad clown, a race car driver, and a perplexing alien.
Aliens make the mistake of invading a tough neighborhood, Miranda July returns to annoy and/or delight, and two 80s originals are showcased in 35mm.
A well-regarded dark comedy, a sexy French romantic comedy, and a full schedule of documentaries await your independent spirit.
Opening in Dallas today, Friday, July 29, 2011 (listed in order of priority): 'Septien.' Michael Tully's film, inspired by the Dallas Cowboys' Rafael Septien and his fall from grace in 1987, follows a former athlete who returns after disappearing for 18 years. It's received mixed critical reaction, but the ambition and the striking imagery promise a... Continue Reading →