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Thin Line fest announces inclement weather plan for Friday night.
Thin Line X will move outdoor screenings slated for tonight into the arts center.
Thin Line runs free
'Free Fire' throws criminal elements together, peppers the story with violence and ends up with a fun concoction.
Shyamalan is back with 'Split,' but DiCaprio is more gloss than grit in 'Before the Flood.'
Great big victory
'Colossal' looks like a quirky indie affair. But it's also about monster movie about demons of our own making.
Wait for the pitch
Eventful summer: Camps, programs and events to bust school-break boredom
'Fate' puts the pedal to the metal.
The gloves are on
Canelo Alvarez faces off with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on Cinco de Mayo. North Texas boxing buffs can catch the fight on a big screen near them.
'44 Pages' highlights youth in heartfelt fashion
'Bonnie and Clyde' celebrates 50th anniversary at Dallas film fest
‘Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner’ legacy debated on anniversary
NEW YORK (AP) -- Fifty years ago, Katharine Houghton found herself on her first big movie set making something that made plenty of people deeply worried. Houghton and co-star Sidney Poitier were playing lovers in "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," a romantic comedy directed by Stanley Kramer. Shooting had begun in San Francisco when word came that the movie was canceled.