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Thin Line Fest rolls out first music acts, plans for more
Thin Line, a documentary film, music and photography festival, announced the first round of music acts on Wednesday.
‘The Unicorn’ a rare rom-com with a point
‘Never Goin’ Back’ a love letter for teen rebellion and growth
It's a wrap: SXSW film fest ends with memorable entries across genres
South by Southwest Film Festival was a marathon, but it provided plenty of worthy friends.
Film review: ‘Upgrade’ a sci-fi that’s not too far off
From the first few minutes of writer-director Leigh Whannell's deliciously spare sci-fi film, "Upgrade," it’s apparent he has assembled a thoughtful human drama that uses its big concepts not solely as a vehicle for action or mind-bending plot mechanics, but to also ask some vast ethical questions about power and our existence.
Film review: ‘Lean on Pete’ packs humanity for hard, rewarding journey
Lean on Pete is not a family film. Its R-rating and A24’s involvement should be a tell-tale sign that the film is not what it seems to be.
'Annihilation' sends your mind on a phenomenal run
UNT to host Latino film fest
DVD reviews: 'Shape of Water’ captains this week’s Oscar-winning releases
New releases promise heroism, dreamers and a creature yearning for love.
DVD reviews: Forgotten films revitalized for collector’s editions
Thery're overlooked and underrated, but distributors are making genre films available for a new generation.
Coming soon: Spring movies promise chills, thrills and surprises
‘Harry Potter’ flies again at the Alamo Drafthouse
Gold rush: Oscar-nominated films hit store shelves ahead of awards show
It's dreary out. Liven up your weekend with Pixar's DVD and streaming release, "Coco."